Another winning alimony appeal

Because somebody apparently wanted me to feel old, this appeal came out of a divorce that we negotiated in December 2012. My client had been paying alimony well past his Social Security retirement age, and after he reached his maximum benefit at age 70 he stopped paying alimony to his ex, as chapter 208, section 49(f) said he could. The second attorney his ex-wife consulted filed a contempt complaint against him, and the court inexplicably found him in contempt. As a result of the appeal, the contempt judgment was vacated, and my client became entitled to recover about $100,000 in overpaid alimony and attorney fees.


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10.0Robert G. Clark
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