September 2014 | 979 P.2d 940 (Wyo. 1999)

Roseman v. Sackett (Wyoming 1999)

District court did not err in refusing to deduct defendant’s purported business expenses in calculating child support; defendant relied almost exclusively on deductions appearing in his federal income tax return, which did not excuse him from responsibility of showing that deductions were reasonable and appropriate.

Roseman v. Sackett.pdf

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