Rehabilitative Alimony and Duration of Marriage Examined in Springfield, TN Divorce: Henson v. Henson

Facts: Husband and Wife were married for nine years before Wife discovered Husband’s affair and filed for divorce. They have no children. During the marriage, they moved frequently to accommodate Husband’s military career. Husband retired from the military and worked as a helicopter instructor pilot for a contractor in Dubai. Including his military retirement and […]

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Life Insurance to Secure Payment of Alimony Is Modified in Chattanooga, TN Divorce: Stratienko v. Stratienko

Facts: Husband and Wife divorced after 24 years of marriage. Wife served as a stay-at-home mother while Husband worked in his medical practice. The trial court equally divided the marital property, with each party receiving assets totaling $3.4 million. After finding that Wife had suffered economic detriment for the benefit of the marriage, the trial […]

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Breadwinning Women Are Driving Alimony Reform

This article by Beth Pinsker in Time Magazine is interesting. Breadwinning Women Are Driving Alimony Reform 3% of all alimony recipients are men. When alimony reform comes to Florida, it may be too late for Tarie MacMillan, a 65-year-old who runs a jewelry business near Tampa. MacMillan was ordered to pay her ex-husband $7,000 a […]

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