Practice point: A court is not bound by a party's account of his or her own finances, and where a party's account is not believable, the court is justified in finding a true or potential income higher than that claimed.
Student note: Courts are afforded considerable discretion in imputing income.
Case: Elsayed v. Edrees, NY Slip Op 05356 (2d Dep't July 6, 2016)
Here is the decision.
Tomorrow's issue: A failed motion to strike an answer.