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Appeals Court: Alimony Appropriate Following Six-Year Marriage When Spouse is Disabled
Appeals Court: Alimony Appropriate Following Six-Year Marriage When Spouse is Disabled

Divorce Lawyer Nicole K. Levy reviews a recent Appeals Court decision affirming alimony for a disabled wife following a six-year marriage. The Massachusetts Appeals Court recently ruled that it is appropriate for a Probate and Family Court judge to order alimony that exceeds ...

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    Divorce Lawyer Nicole K. Levy reviews a recent Appeals Court decision affirming alimony for a disabled wife following a six-year marriage. The Massachusetts Appeals Court recently ruled that it is ...

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