Virginia Woman’s Guide to Spousal Support: Part 2

On Monday we talked about spousal support, including how it’s calculated, and what factors affect whether it’ll be awarded. Today, we’re going to go into even more detail, discussing adultery and it’s impact on spousal support, imputation of income, voluntary underemployment, modifiability, and tax consequences associated with support. For more information on these topics, let’s…

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Imputation of Income in Virginia Support Cases

How much are you REALLY worth? What are you actually capable of earning? These questions are at the root of a lot of our spousal support cases. To determine a person’s worth or earning potential, we have to look at a lot of variables – education, work experience, age, physical condition, qualifications, licenses and professional…

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Imputation of Income in Virginia: When it Helps You

If you’re the main breadwinner in your family and you’re now headed towards divorce, you’re probably a little concerned. And—that’s probably an understatement. Financially, divorce is probably pretty terrifying to you, even if it’s something that you know you want. Spousal support is probably the biggest issue on your mind because, whether you have kids…

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Imputation of income in Virginia: When it hurts you

If you’ve been a stay at home mom or you’ve significantly reduced your hours in an effort to promote the well being of your family and you’re now headed towards divorce, you’re probably a little concerned. And—that’s probably an understatement. Financially, divorce is probably pretty terrifying to you, even if it’s something that you know…

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Godwin v. Godwin: Hofheimer Family Law Court of Appeals Win!

Appeals cases don’t happen very often in the practice of divorce law. Most of the time, even in the most hotly contested cases, the parties are done arguing either when they reach an agreement (which they do, in probably 95% of cases) or the judge makes a decision for them. Most people know that decisions…

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