One To Be Published Family Law COA Opinion June 13, 2008

McKinney v. McKinney, court imputed income to part-time attorney and real estate “flipper” but did not make finding he was voluntarily underemployed and did not set out more specific findings. Since findings are essential to this judgment, case was reversed for further findings. A digest will follow. There is no link to the case here because the links on the Court of Appeals website are broken again this week. I found the decision by going to this site, searching for “June 13, 2008” and then clincking 2007 CA 349.

McKinney v. McKinney, court imputed income to part-time attorney and real estate “flipper” but did not make finding he was voluntarily underemployed and did not set out more specific findings. Since findings are essential to this judgment, case was reversed for further findings. A digest will follow. There is no link to the case here because the links on the Court of Appeals website are broken again this week. I found the decision by going to this site, searching for “June 13, 2008” and then clincking 2007 CA 349.

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