Yes, perks like company cars can be used by the court to revise your earnings upwards. For instance, with a company car, you’re not making car payments or paying car insurance, so the court will estimate what those figures might be and add them to your monthly income.
Basically, any perquisite you receive as non-cash compensation from your employer will be factored in, and it’s best to be honest about your full picture, because if the court finds out later that you withheld information, there may be very unpleasant consequences.
The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino can help you structure your disclosures to minimize, as much as possible, your out of pocket child support costs, while making sure that your child is well supported.
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