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Mental illness and the appointment of a litigation guardian

By Andrew Feldstein

This case set out a strict interpretation of the test for the appointment of a litigation guardian. The parties were married for 18 years and had two children. Both children are now in their late 20’s and do not qualify for child support. The final order in 2009 awarded the wife $5,400 per month in spousal support. The wife ceased working after a mental breakdown in January 2015 and received long-term disability payments until her claim was denied on the basis that she was not attending the recommended rehabilitation. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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