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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Husband’s Income Proof – Paystubs or Tax Returns?

In a  Decision – Seck v. Shalack (an "Unreported Decision") >>   the Court Held:

 

The Appellate  Division determined that there was sufficient basis to conclude that the paystubs rather than the tax returns more accurately reflected income.

A question was presented as to whether the Court should rely on Husband’s pay stubs rather than Husband’s tax returns in calculating his income and child support. The Court determined that given the history and discrepancy in Husband’s financial submissions, the trial court was within its discretion in relying on Husband’s most recent pay stubs.


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