Domestic Relations – Parent & Child – Support – Father’s Income – Prior YearGreco v. Greco Even though there was evidence that the plaintiff-father had earned income (from his relatives) in 2011, the trial court only considered the father’s 2010 income when it modified his child support obligation in July 2011. The trial court’s order did not make findings to justify its failure to consider the father’s 2011 income. Since the trial court failed to calculate the father’s child support obligation using his actual income at the time the order was modified, the order does not comply with the N.C. Child Support Guidelines.
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Published: July 11, 2012
Time posted: 8:56 am
Tags: Domestic Relations, Father's Income, parent & child, Prior Year, support