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Domestic Relations – Post-Separation Support – Civil Practice – Contempt – Insufficient Findings – Appeals – Interlocutory (access required)

Thompson v. Thompson Even though the trial court’s order was not labeled a “contempt” order, it required defendant to either pay plaintiff $400 or serve 30 days in jail for willfully refusing to pay post-separation support to plaintiff. It is evident that the trial court was exercising its civil contempt power.

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