Domestic Relations – Separation Agreement – Contract – Specific Enforcement – Medical Expenses – Assisted Living FacilityBryan v. Mattick In the parties’ separation agreement, the defendant-husband agreed to pay the plaintiff-wife’s medical expenses indefinitely, knowing she was suffering from progressive multiple sclerosis. Now that the wife is unable to live on her own, the husband is responsible for paying her expenses at an assisted living facility, minus her ordinary living expenses. We affirm the trial court’s order requiring the husband to reimburse the wife $2690 per month plus $41,476 in prior unreimbursed medical expenses. We remand for clarification of one expense item.
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Published: October 24, 2011
Time posted: 9:18 am
Tags: Assisted Living Facility, Contract, Domestic Relations, medical expenses, Separation Agreement, Specific Enforcement