2267-08-2Prest that “in the event that the husband`s employers` company is broken. By eliminating the husband`s ability to be employed by the company, the wife receives a sum of 20% of the husband`s W-2 and K-1” and the parties` intention to recalculate the spouses` alimony each year using the husband`s last W-2 and K-1, instead of being calculated once on the basis of the husband`s W-2 and K-1 of his last year of employment in the company, then for the remainder of the ten-year payment term. The intention was evidenced by the use of tax documents drawn up each year and by the language in which the spouse`s maintenance payments are linked to the husband`s income and, therefore, to his ability to pay. 2008-Nadolski v. Nadolski Va. Ct. of Appeals, Unpublished, no. . . .