Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Indiana Supreme Court Taking on a Child Support Case

Another bit of news from The Indiana Lawyer Daily: Plea deals, child support issues granted transfer.

In the case Marla K. Young v. Timothy S. Young, No. 09A05-0701-CV-52, the Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed in part and reversed in part the trial court's calculation of Timothy's child support obligation. The appellate court found the trial court erroneously calculated Timothy's weekly gross income, and remanded the trial court to add $100 to his weekly gross income and recalculate the amount of income to be imputed to Marla; the COA also ordered Timothy's child support obligation to be recalculated.
I have not had time to read the Court of Appeals opinion but hopefully there will be time later this week. That the Indiana Supreme Court took on a child support case is interesting in and of itself.

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