Parham v. Parham (U)

An ex-husband was “voluntarily underemployed” after he was terminated for cause from a position in which he earned more than $340,000 per year, then took the same position with another employer for only $162,000 per year. The circuit court’s decision to impute income on the basis of voluntary underemployment was discretionary and not in error. A total monthly support amount of approximately $10,600 was affirmed.

Parham v. Parham (U), No. 2061-17-2, Oct. 9, 2018. CAV (Chafin) from Henrico (Yoffy).

Categories: Court of Appeals of Virginia, Opinions, Unpublished


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