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Cases of Interest: Property Settlements
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NEW HAMPSHIRE: Sommers v. Sommers, ___ N.H. ___, 742 A.2d 94 (1999).
The wife petitioned to modify the terms of a stipulation incorporated into the divorce decree. The modification required that the husband pay two-thirds of a second mortgage on the couple's former home. The husband appealed this modification.
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NEW YORK: Chervin v. Chervin, ___ A.D.2d ___, 695 N.Y.S.2d 565 (1999).
Wife moved for money judgment against husband for her share of settlement proceeds from unrelated lawsuit.
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VERMONT: Potter v. Potter, ___ Vt. ___, 742 A.2d 740 (1999).
The husband was ordered to pay one-half of the mortgage payments until the sale of the marital home upon the youngest child's attainment of age 18. The husband requested a modification due to changed circumstances.
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