Child Support, Form 14

Child Support, Form 14

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Parent Must Work Two Full-Time Jobs Directions to Form 14 do not require circuit court to base imputation of income on unemployment or underemployment, only that parent is deliberately limiting work to avoid child support. Any appropriate time period may determine probable earnings. Circuit court need not believe parent’s testimony about motivation for reducing work hours. Since parent first chose to work two full-time jobs, judgment basing child support on such schedule is not unfair. Moving parent gets no adjustment for after-born child, even if other parent counter-moves for modification. Anisa R. Cross vs. Justin G. Cross (Overview Summary) Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District – WD71386 and WD71439

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