By: W. Curtis Wiberg
As part of a Denver divorce or custody case, the Court may be asked to make determinations concerning child support and alimony (spousal support). The most significant consideration in these determinations is each party’s income. While it is often easy to just look at the most recent paychecks or W-2 of each party and plug those numbers into the child support and/or maintenance guideline calculations, when one party is not working, not working full-time, or not working at an employment/income level that is consistent with his/her capabilities, the income issue becomes much more interesting and complicated. Experienced attorneys will understand the intricacies that come when determining and proving income of in some cases.