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        Restricted1. Divorce Source: Alimony/Dual Offsetting Awards
A trial court ordered the wife to pay the husband $400 per month in alimony and the husband to pay the wife $1 per year in alimony. The husband appealed, arguing that under the state ...
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        Restricted2. Divorce Source: Alimony/Trust/Authority to Establish:
The divorce decree order required the husband to establish a $300,000 alimony trust to secure periodic alimony payments to the wife in the event he predeceased her. The court of appeals affirmed but allowed a life insurance policy to satisfy the order, and the husband appealed. The supreme court he ...
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        Restricted3. Divorce Source: Alimony/Marital Standard of Living/Pattern of Saving:
The trial court felt it was unable to consider the parties pattern of saving for their retirement in determining alimony. This was error because a pattern of saving may be considered by the court in determining alimony. Vadala v. Vadala, No. COA00-205 N.C. Ct. App. Aug. 7, 2001. ...
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        Restricted4. Divorce Source: Alimony/Deferred Lump-Sum Award/Effect of Remarriage
The wife remarried a year later, and the husband stopped making payments. The wife accordingly filed a contempt action. The trial court held that husbands alimony obligation ended upon wife ...
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        Restricted5. Divorce Source: MODIFICATION OF ALIMONY DUE TO BANKRUPTCY
This opinion reviews case law on the question of whether alimony may be modified after a bankruptcy discharge without offending federal law. ...
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        Restricted6. Divorce Source: REIMBURSEMENT ALIMONY
(1996) An award of alimony to reimburse the wife for her lost investment in the husbands business was improper ...
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        Restricted7. Divorce Source: ALIMONY OR PROPERTY DIVISION?
(1995) When the parties settlement agreement or decree calls for payments by one spouse to the other or to a third party, are the payments alimony or property division? A similar question may arise for any ...
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(1995) An alimony award to the wife in the amount she had received for many years during the pendency of the divorce action was not excessive even though she received $3 million as an equitable division of ...
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(1994) Alimony payments should not be included as part of the recipients share of marital property ...
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        Restricted10. Divorce Source: ARE ALIMONY GUIDELINES IN OUR FUTURE?
The movement for alimony guidelines is now reaching critical mass, if Florida is any indicator. In Bacon v. Bacon, 819 So. 2d 950 Fla. 4th DCA 2002, in a concurring opinion, Judge Farmer expressed his view that ...
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