Domestic Relations – Parent & Child – Support – Imputed Income – No Bad Faith Findings – Health Insurance – Step-ParenLudlam v. Miller The trial court did “not find that either party has acted in bad faith in having been voluntarily unemployed or that either party has [deliberately] suppressed his or her income to avoid a support obligation to the extent that the court should impute income to each party at a prior income level….”
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Published: February 6, 2013
Time posted: 1:04 pm
Tags: Child Support