Alimony Beyond Durational Limits

The Alimony Reform Act of 2011 established durational term limits for general term alimony for marriages less than twenty years in length. The law also permitted Alimony Payors to file Modification Complaints seeking to termination general term alimony if such durational limits had been exceeded. The law established a blanket exception for durational term limits if an alimony recipient could show that the durational limit should be extended for good cause shown. In the case of Barcalow v. Barcalow, the trial judge found that a disabled alimony recipient was entitled to continue receiving alimony payments beyond the durational limits. The
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