Evidence in dissolution of marriage action was insufficient to support trial court’s decision to impute income to husband for purposes of calculating his child support obligation; there was no evidence introduced to show the strength or nature of prevailing job opportunities in the community or the expected earnings levels, but trial court nevertheless concluded, without explanation as to how, that husband could be expected “to earn income at the same level” as wife.
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