Alimony algebra – Making dollars and senseBy MARK E. SULLIVAN and CHARLES R. RAPHUN, Special to Lawyers Weekly email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org A recent case in the North Carolina Court of Appeals illustrates an everyday error of judges and trial attorneys when dealing with alimony. This common confusion costs clients money - and always those who can least afford it. The plaintiff, Stephanie Renee Fennell, ...
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Published: December 30, 2010
Time posted: 12:31 pm
Tags: Alimony, Domestic Relations, Family Law, Income Tax, Tax