Although trial courts have discretion to determine amount and duration of spousal maintenance based upon the unique facts of each case, they do make errors. In a recent case the husband had a net income of $5,213.92 each month. After considering the factors required for spousal maintenance, the trial court ordered the husband to pay his wife $2,000 per month in spousal maintenance, even though he had $3,818 in living expenses. Thus, from his $5,213.92 in net monthly income, he would have had only $1,395 left to pay the maintenance, plus a child support award of $235.34 per week. On appeal, the Appellate Division remitted the case, instructing the trial court to recalculate the husband’s obligations. Jaramillo v. Jaramillo, (Second Dept. 2013).