DiMarco v. DiMarco The defendant-father offered to go through the expenses for each of his rental properties, but the family court said that, if the expenses were included in the father’s 2006 tax return, there was no need to go through the expenses. Although the father’s 2006 tax return included all the expenses for each rental property and showed that the rental properties were operating at a loss, the family court found that the father earned $11,263 per year in rental income by subtracting mortgage interest, taxes and insurance from the father’s gross rental income. The court did not deduct expenses for cleaning and maintenance, legal fees, supplies, and association dues.
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