The Complex Commercial Litigation Section Council is pleased to announce three practice groups which address the primary practice areas of (1) business litigation (including business torts and complex...
The Massachusetts Bar Association has formed a new section for the benefit of its members. The Complex Commercial Litigation Section is comprised of Massachusetts litigators and in-house counsel who...
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Wednesday, September 17, 2014
In its second case decided on the Massachusetts Alimony Reform Act, eff. 3.1.12, the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) upheld the judgment of Probate and Family Court Amy Lyn Blake in which she awarded 5 years of rehabilitative alimony to the wife at the conclusion of a 16 year marriage. In Zaleski v. Zaleski, the wife claimed that Judge Blake had abused her...
Wednesday, September 03, 2014
In our last two blogs, we took the Appeals Court to task for inconsistency and over-reaching as we saw it, but we should not let it go without acknowledging what the Court got right:
The trial judge terminated alimony for “retirement as defined in the [alimony] act.” The Appeals court hewed to the statutory language that absent a defined deviation,...
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