Monthly Archives: February 2018

Legal Interest on Judgments

The appellate court in In re Marriage of Dalgleish and Selvaggio discussed the interplay of judgments, legal interests on judgments, and equalization of payments. FACTUAL BACKGROUND OF THE DISSOLUTION The parties entered into a stipulated judgment which required them to … Continue reading

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Full Faith and Credit for Out of State Judgments

In re Marriage of Connolly involved the enforcement of a judgment for both child support and spousal support orders made in two different states. FACTUAL BACKGROUND OF THE CHILD AND SPOUSAL SUPPORT ORDERS The parties first obtained a judgment for … Continue reading

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Business Owners Cannot Transfer Their Businesses in Order to Terminate Support

In re Marriage of Berman concerned the issue of spousal support and whether a person who is at retirement age can give his business to his new¬† business partner and spouse and stop paying spousal support. FACTUAL BACKGROUND OF THE … Continue reading

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Enforcement of Prenuptial Agreements

In re Marriage of Clarke and Akel discusses the requirements of a valid premarital agreement. FACTUAL BACKGROUND OF THE DISSOLUTION Before the parties were married, the husband downloaded a template of a prenuptial agreement from the internet. He prepared the … Continue reading

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