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Motion for summary judgment when setting aside separation agreement

By Andrew Feldstein

This case sets out the standard that ought to be met in order to determine whether to deny the setting aside of a separation agreement on summary motion. The parties were married for 13 years and had two children together. Over the course of their marriage, they developed several companies, valued at several million dollars by the separation date in 2009. The parties each held significant assets, and each retained a lawyer and accountants. During the separation process, there were concerns regarding the husband’s disclosure, as well as his father’s disclosure. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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