Marshall v. Marshall (I)

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July 22, 2014
1521 General Contractors-Single-Family Houses
236115 New Single-Family Housing Construction (except For-Sale Builders)
marital dissolution/divorce
bizminer, expert testimony, reasonable compensation, child support, fair market value (FMV), s corporation, alimony, assets, income

Marshall v. Marshall (I)
97 A.3d 1
US
State Court
Connecticut
Appellate Court of Connecticut
John Kramer (plaintiff/husband); John M. Leask II (defendant/wife)
Beach

Summary

Appeals court says parties’ agreement is ambiguous as to whether distributions related to husband’s ownership in S corp. are includable in alimony and child support calculation; on remand, trial court must determine what income parties meant when specifying use of pretax income from employment.
Marshall v. Marshall
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Courts Agree Reasonable Compensation Is Sound Method for Calculating Spousal Support in S Corp Context

Appeals court says parties’ agreement is ambiguous as to whether distributions related to husband’s ownership in S corp. are includable in alimony and child support calculation; on remand, trial court must determine what income parties meant when specifying use of pretax income from employment.