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Domestic Relations – Civil Practice – Intervention – Equitable Distribution – Husband’s Income – Alimony & Child Support (access required)

While the family court could allow the husband’s brother to intervene, based on his interest in some of the marital property, the court never should have allowed the brother to be involved in the matters of custody, child support, alimony, and fault. And where the family court failed to consider evidence regarding the defendant-husband’s true income, ...

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