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SJC Decides Major Alimony Case

Posted: Sep 26, 2017

This week the Supreme Judicial Court made an important decision interpreting the Alimony Reform Act of 2011. In Young v. Young the Court ruled that a Probate and Family Court judge’s decision to order a man to pay his ex-wife 33% of his annual income was excessive. The SJC ruled the alimony award should allow the wife to maintain the lifestyle she had at the time of the divorce but not give her the benefit of future increases in the husband’s earnings.

Read the full Slip Opinion.

Social Law Resources on Alimony and  Property Division include:

Family Law and Practice with Forms

Financial Aspects of Divorce