Husband’s income in amount of approximately $200,000 per year from his business increased standard of living of children and, therefore, income should have been included in calculation of husband’s child support obligation; husband used funds to subsidize his standard of living by paying for airplane, airplane’s service, his pilot license, and condominium, and funds were used to pay down business debt, which increased husband’s personal worth.
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