September 2014 | 964 P.2d 1259 (Wyo. 1998)

Wood v. Wood (Wyoming 1998)

Father was not voluntarily underemployed because he voluntarily committed a crime which limited his employment options; legislature did not contemplate voluntarily committing a crime when it enacted this section, and evidence revealed that father made a good faith effort to find the highest paying job possible given his situation.

Wood v. Wood.pdf

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