Rehabilitative vs. In Futuro Alimony, Long Term Marriage Involving Physician Earning $500,000 Annually ; Sevier County Chancery Court

Santee v. Santee, (Tenn.Ct.App., filed February 15, 2018)   Trial Court:  This case involves a 26 year marriage. Husband is a radiologist who earns ($500,000) per year. Wife, a high…

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Court of Appeals Holds Lack of Interest in Rehabilitation on Part of Economically Disadvantaged Spouse Does Not Alone Entitle Spouse to Long-Term Alimony

Hallums v. Hallums, (Tenn.Ct.App., filed June 21, 2017).    This case involves an appeal from a final decree of divorce following a 25-year marriage in which the court awarded alimony…

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