January 15, 2014 South Carolina Court of Appeals published opinion


Burgess v Burgess

Husband challenged the imputed income, alimony, and attorney fee and property division of the divorce decree. The panel affirmed in part and remanded. It held that the family court failed to consider the job opportunities in the relevant market and also failed to explain how it arrived at the value of husband’s imputed income. The panel therefore remanded for further consideration. Because the alimony and attorney fee provisions were based on the income finding, those issues were also remanded. The panel affirmed the property division finding the challenges were not preserved.

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