On August 28, 2009, the Dallas Court of Appeals issued an opinion relating to intentional underemployment and its impact on determining child support. Pursuant to Section 154.066 of the Texas Family Code, if an obligor is intentionally unemployed or underemployed in an attempt to reduce child support payments, the court’s wage and salary income calculations are not limited to actual earnings, but instead are based on the obligor’s earning potential.
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I have been asked several times lately about whether it is a financially good idea or a bad idea to get a divorce during this recession.

Determining whether divorce is the right option for you requires weighing many different factors, including the financial impact of this decision on you and your family.
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