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A Day That Will Live In Exigency: The (Over) Use Of the Order to Show Cause

Posted in Alimony, Child Support, Divorce

  I recently read a quote from Joseph Addison, an eighteenth century British author, which said, “Husband a lie, and trump it up in some extraordinary emergency.” It lead me to consider how family law attorneys categorize the notion of an emergency, often with a mixture of histrionics and hysteria, in contrast with how the… Continue Reading

Alimony – Back to Basics

Posted in Alimony, Practice Issues

We have done dozens of posts on this blog about alimony over the last 5 years.  Recent experiences have convinced me that it is time to get basics. Despite all of the cases that say that you can’t use a formula (the rule of thumb we have discussed previously on this blog), more and more,… Continue Reading