Employment income can be imputed to a spouse in determining alimony, but there must be competent, substantial evidence to support specific findings of fact regarding the source and amount of the income.
The spouse claiming income should be imputed to his or her voluntarily unemployed or underemployed spouse bears the burden of proof of employability and that jobs are available.
The court may impute income if a party has no income or insufficient earnings upon a showing that there is a capability to earn more by the use of more diligent efforts.
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