Mark Slay successful in having court impute income to underemployed spouse

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Mark Slay successful in having court impute income to underemployed spouse

Mark recently received reasons for judgment for our client in Pereverzoff v. Pereverzoff 2017 BSCS 687. The court varied both spousal and child support by reducing payments being made by our client. The court also found that the wife was intentionally under employed and, in the result, imputed an income to her of 30,000. Mark and our other family lawyers are prepared to help you apply to court to vary your spousal and child support payments in appropriate circumstances. Please contact our offices to arrange a consultation.

2017-06-26T19:20:00+00:00