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Domestic Relations – Alimony – Bonus Income – Family-Owned Company – Income Suppression Finding Unnecessary – Corporate Income – Attorney’s Fees (access required)

Webb v. Webb. Where the defendant-husband's family controls his salary and bonuses, the trial court was not required to find that the husband was suppressing his income when the court ordered the husband to pay half of any bonus he received (up to a stated ceiling) to the plaintiff-wife in alimony. In the alimony order, the trial court miscalculated the income generated by an apartment complex. We affirm in part and remand in part for consideration as to whether this affects the amount of alimony awarded to the wife.

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