New York's Temporary Maintenance and Child Support Laws Cause a Redistribution of Income

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Cases applying New York’s temporary maintenance and counsel fee award laws enacted last year are beginning to trickle in. The recently decided case of J.H. v. W.H. illustrates how an award of temporary maintenance and child support will lead to a redistribution of income.

In the case, the husband and the wife had incomes of $107,953 and $11,660, respectively. Application of the temporary maintenance guidelines, resulted in an award of $26,708.26 per year to the wife.

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