The respondent relies on a line of authority for the proposition that increases in income from efforts made after separation cannot form the basis of a spousal support calculation: see Fisher v. Fisher, supra. The respondent argues that at the time of separation, he was unemployed and that it was only through his own efforts, post-separation, that he reinvented himself as a family law lawyer and was able to begin earning a substantial income again.
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