astrolink wrote:In my state they would look at the last couple year's tax returns. I can't speak for Florida. What does your attorney say?
JimRockford wrote:How long was she a teacher? Hopefully, for at least a few years as on the surface this sounds like her best career option. While she may have the requisite background to sit for a CPA exam, most accounting firms only hire people straight out of college and the cases are very rare when they deviate from this in the case of an entry level hire. There are potentially other career paths in accounting, but I would imagine that for someone with no experience in the field and a ten plus year old degree they would be clerical level and not pay much.
In any event, you are going to need a vocational evaluation, don't cheap out on this.
workdog3 wrote:JimRockford wrote:Regarding the vocational eval, I assume that's something for the trial rather than the mediation. If that assumption is correct, what information should I have ready for the mediation?
Californiakids wrote:I think every other new thread I read on here some guy is getting screwed over by his wife who is usually a teacher. Wtf is it with these teachers who always stop working after the kid is born?
Timeflies wrote:Trevor wrote:Californiakids wrote:Wtf is it with these teachers who always stop working after the kid is born?
They all married chumps who agreed to those terms? Is that it?
That might be his excuse. But what is yours?
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