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Recent Tennessee Divorce & Alimony Law Court of Appeals Decisions

Authoring Judge: Judge J. Steven Stafford
Trial Court Judge: Judge John H. Gasaway, III

After a divorce the husband claims that his alimony payment can be modified.

In this post-divorce modification of alimony case,Husband contends that the trial court erred in concluding that his alimony obligation was not subject to modification.

We reverse the trial court’s judgment and conclude that Husband’s alimony obligation constitutes transitional alimony that is subject to modification pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated Section 36-5-121(g)(2). Reversed and remanded.

See the entire Miller v McFarland opinion

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See the entire Miller v McFarland opinion

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