Husband failed to make proper disclosure of his income by not revealing that he was a trust beneficiary.
Judgement ordering child support is not a garnishment, because it does not require withholding of funds from the payor’s check.
Post-divorce income is not marital property under §767.255.
Military Separation benefit is gross income under HSS 80.
No bright line rule regarding retained earnings – court to decide on a case by case analysis whether retained earnings have to be considered income for maintenance purposes.
Holding that the court can consider the resources of a non-liable spouse in determining a liable person’s ability to pay for a dependent relative’s care is consistent with Poindexter and with Burger. Those cases held that the non-obligated spouse’s income can be taken into consideration in determining the liable spouse’s ability to pay, but cannot be used to satisfy the obligation.
No error by court in including overtime in husband’s income where there is evidence in the record that he earned overtime income on a regular basis.
(1) SSI is not available for child support, but (2) Seek-work order was appropriate and does not conflict with SSI program.
Spouse’s income does not count for child support modification.
Court has discretion to consider gifts as reducing need for maintenance.
Payments of accounts receivable and contingent fee contracts from sale of interest in law firm are property division, not income, since they can be presently valued.
Voluntary contributions to pension plan are included in income to determine maintenance.
For purposes of setting alimony, court imputed income by using the rate of return of A-rated long-term bonds.
Duty to support children is outweighed by parent’s decision to home school.
Transaction bonus earned after separation but before the divorce was marital property.