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Old 07-10-2017, 08:20 PM
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Originally Posted by OrleansLawyer View Post
Or let her incur the cost and do the search. It is a hassle for OP, however it adds 17% to his income. Aside from the imputation argument, why close a profitable business?
Profit is relative in family law. He will spend more than 10K in legal costs to deal with the issue. Just having a lawyer respond to the inquiries that will be made on this matter can quickly add up to the 10k "profit".

I am of the humble opinion that eliminating arguments or points of disclosure like this are more cost effective. The other party in the litigation is already talking about a 10-15k option to evaluate a business that doesn't make that per year! The other party in this matter is NOT reasonable.

Penny wise... Pound foolish.
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