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Dr. John Eustace

Physician Specializing In Addiction Medicine

Kenny Leigh & Associates

Kenny Leigh & Associates

Background Information

Employment History

Addiction Specialist and Head
Mount Sinai Hospital Addiction Treatment Center

Education

M.D.

Web References (9 Total References)


Blog |

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At trial, Dr. John Eustace, a physician specializing in addiction medicine, testified that addiction is a disease that cannot be controlled solely by willpower because it is a neurobiological disorder. Ninety percent of the physicians who are assisted by PRN return to the practice of medicine, and Dr. Eustace opined that the husband would be in the 90% group, and should return to work within a year.

The husband presented the testimony of the certified public accountant preparing the parties' 2005 federal income tax returns. The accountant testified that, although he had not completed the tax returns, he estimated that the parties' 2005 federal tax liability totals approximately $142,000, which includes a capital gains tax of approximately $82,000 for real property the husband sold in 2005.


2011 September |

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At trial, Dr. John Eustace, a physician specializing in addiction medicine, testified that addiction is a disease that cannot be controlled solely by willpower because it is a neurobiological disorder. Ninety percent of the physicians who are assisted by PRN return to the practice of medicine, and Dr. Eustace opined that the husband would be in the 90% group, and should return to work within a year.

The husband presented the testimony of the certified public accountant preparing the parties' 2005 federal income tax returns. The accountant testified that, although he had not completed the tax returns, he estimated that the parties' 2005 federal tax liability totals approximately $142,000, which includes a capital gains tax of approximately $82,000 for real property the husband sold in 2005.


Legal Lesson- DISSIPATION OF MARITAL ASSETS

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At trial, Dr. John Eustace, a physician specializing in addiction medicine, testified that addiction is a disease that cannot be controlled solely by willpower because it is a neurobiological disorder. Ninety percent of the physicians who are assisted by PRN return to the practice of medicine, and Dr. Eustace opined that the husband would be in the 90% group, and should return to work within a year.

The husband presented the testimony of the certified public accountant preparing the parties' 2005 federal income tax returns. The accountant testified that, although he had not completed the tax returns, he estimated that the parties' 2005 federal tax liability totals approximately $142,000, which includes a capital gains tax of approximately $82,000 for real property the husband sold in 2005.


Divorce Blog for Men Only from Kenny Leigh & Associates in Jacksonville, FL - Part 2

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At trial, Dr. John Eustace, a physician specializing in addiction medicine, testified that addiction is a disease that cannot be controlled solely by willpower because it is a neurobiological disorder. Ninety percent of the physicians who are assisted by PRN return to the practice of medicine, and Dr. Eustace opined that the husband would be in the 90% group, and should return to work within a year.

The husband presented the testimony of the certified public accountant preparing the parties' 2005 federal income tax returns. The accountant testified that, although he had not completed the tax returns, he estimated that the parties' 2005 federal tax liability totals approximately $142,000, which includes a capital gains tax of approximately $82,000 for real property the husband sold in 2005.


At trial, Dr. John Eustace, ...

www.jaxfamlaw.com [cached]

At trial, Dr. John Eustace, a physician specializing in addiction medicine, testified that addiction is a disease that cannot be controlled solely by willpower because it is a neurobiological disorder. Ninety percent of the physicians who are assisted by PRN return to the practice of medicine, and Dr. Eustace opined that the husband would be in the 90% group, and should return to work within a year.

The husband presented the testimony of the certified public accountant preparing the parties' 2005 federal income tax returns. The accountant testified that, although he had not completed the tax returns, he estimated that the parties' 2005 federal tax liability totals approximately $142,000, which includes a capital gains tax of approximately $82,000 for real property the husband sold in 2005.

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