Imputing Income For Spousal And Child Support Obligations
Even if a parent or spouse is unemployed or underemployed, he or she remains obligated to pay child support and spousal maintenance. In fact, the courts can impute income to a person. That means when determining income for spousal support and child support, the Court will calculate support based on an income amount the Court determines that person should be able to earn and adjust payment amounts accordingly.
At Warkentine Law Office, in Broomfield, Colorado, attorney Brent Warkentine has represented payors and payees in matters involving income imputation. With more than 20 years of experience, he has the knowledge and understanding to develop a strategy that works best for your circumstances.
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Income imputation can occur at any point, including during the initial divorce proceeding. The most common reason to impute income is due to unemployment, but the payor also could be choosing to work at a lower-paying job after the termination of a more lucrative position.
The Broomfield income imputation attorney, Brent Warkentine, at the Warkentine Law Office is prepared to assist with any situation, no matter how complex. With 20 years of experience, he has the knowledge and understanding to develop a strategy that works best for your circumstances.
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To schedule an appointment with Brent Warkentine, contact the firm online or call 720-443-5849. The firm works closely with a network of professionals in the area to help you achieve your legal goals. The office is conveniently located in Broomfield, Colorado, providing easy access to the courthouses in the surrounding area. Visa, MasterCard and Discover credit card payments are accepted.