Based upon the limited information provided, it is likely that the court will impute minimum wage, however, you may want to prepare two guidelines worksheets, one with minimum wage imputed to you and the other with zero income for you. This would leave the door open for you to make an argument to the court that income should not be imputed.
Nothing in this post should be considered as specific legal advice, since the attorney has not been made aware of all of the facts and has not reviewed the pertinent documents.
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