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No Bad Faith Motive Needed To Impute Income To Parent In Child Support Case (access required)

A bad faith motive is not a prerequisite to showing voluntary underemployment when imputing income to a parent in a child support case, the Supreme Court has ruled. The case is Arnal v. Arnal (South Carolina Lawyers Weekly No. 010-141-06, 4 pages). Justice Costa M. Pleicones wrote the opinion for a unanimous court. Income may be imputed ...

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