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Alimony Modification Contempt

Posted by John P. Rutkowski | Jul 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

Dissolution of marriage -- Alimony -- Modification -- Contempt -- Appeals -- Judgment providing that alimony was non-modifiable for a certain period of time unless former husband became permanently disabled as determined by a physician or social security administration. No abuse of discretion in denying petition to modify alimony based on former husband's alleged permanent disability where none of the medical records former husband relied upon stated that he was permanently disabled and former husband never filed for social security disability as a result of his conditions. Former husband failed to preserve for appeal his argument that the trial court erred in finding him in contempt for noncompliance with his alimony obligation without making findings as to his ability to pay.

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Mr. Rutkowski has been practicing law for the past twenty-five years. Prior to going to law school Mr. Rutkowski served as a deputy sheriff before retiring to attend law school. Upon graduating law school Mr. Rutkowski served as a prosecutor in Florida before going in to private practice and representing clients in three states.


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