December 2015 | No. M2014-01206-COA-R3-CV (Tenn. Ct. App. 2015)

Cook v. Iverson (Tennessee 2015)

The Court must make a specific finding that a parent is voluntarily underemployed or unemployed before imputing income. In addition to this finding, evidence must support the imputed amount. The Court should consider a parent’s past employment, and education and training, but it must be clear how that factored into the imputed amount.

Cook v. Iverson.pdf

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