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Court Drops Motion for Contempt Despite Failed Alimony Payments

Blog post about a divorce case in Connecticut where the court dropped a contempt motion despite a failure by the defendant to make timely alimony payments.

CT Court Rules on Multi-Jurisdiction Alimony Modification

Blog post about a Connecticut court ruling on an alimony modification that involved multiple jurisdictions.

Use of Liquid Assets in Pendente Lite Improper, Says Court

Blog post on the topic of alimony and how the use of liquid assets is improper in determining the amount owed.

Court Upholds Premarital Agreement & Waiver of Alimony

Blog post about a court upholding a pre-nuptial agreement and waiver of alimony.

Court Finds Postnuptial Agreement Unconscionable

Blog post about a post-nuptial agreement that was determined to be unconscionable and therefore unenforceable.

Considerations of Prior Marriage Improper for Alimony Award

Blog post about how a parties' divorce and alimony agreement should not take into consideration that the parties had been married to each other once before.

Divorce Action by Conservator Permissible Under Fiduciary Duty

Blog post about how a divorce action by a conservator is allowable in Connecticut.

Husband's Plan Fails to Establish Domicile for Foreign Divorce

Blog post about a man who failed to establish domicile to satisfy subject matter jurisdiction for a US court to hear his claim for divorce when one had already been adjudicated in Kenya.

Chronic Health Conditions Found Sufficient for Alimony Modification

Blog post about a case where a woman's chronic health issues that arose after her initial award of alimony were considered a substantial change in circumstances which was sufficient to increase the amount of her award.

Prior Separation Agreement Subject to Court Review

Blog post about how a separation agreement is subject to court review before a binding judgement for legal separation will be granted.

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