Disabled Worker
Vocational Expert Services provides divorce vocational assessments in divorce cases to establish employment and income potential. During a high conflict or collaborative divorce, financial negotiations can be impacted by vocational factors. In many states, alimony and child support is calculated by using the divorcing spouse’s income potential and potential for employment.

Divorce vocational assessments from Vocational Expert Services, Inc., is a valid and reliable tool for establishing earning potential. The comprehensive report synthesizes age, education, past work, and disabling conditions. We analyze the current job market to establish income potential. We also check the current job market and potential for employment.

Frequently Asked Questions

In most divorce cases, it is to determine wage earning capacity of one or both spouses.
In most cases, the Court can compel the spouse to participate.
Wage earning capacity is what the individual has the capacity to earn. The individual may be working at a job that has a lower wage than the person has the capacity to earn. Wage earning capacity takes into consideration factors such as age, past work, education, skills, disability and the labor market.
A vocational counselor can help you determine the best job fit for you. Using a collaborative approach, a plan for employment will be developed. The plan may prescribe steps such as retraining and comprehensive employment services.