Massachusetts Divorce Law - Chapter 208 Section 54 - Remarriage of payor; income from second job or overtime work

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Chapter 208: Section 54 Remarriage of payor; income from second job or overtime work

 

[ Text of section added by 2011, 124, Sec. 3 effective March 1, 2012 applicable as provided by 2011, 124, Sec. 4. See 2011, 124, Sec. 7.]

Section 54. (a) In the event of the payor's remarriage, income and assets of the payor's spouse shall not be considered in a redetermination of alimony in a modification action.

(b) Income from a second job or overtime work shall be presumed immaterial to alimony modification if:

(1) a party works more than a single full-time equivalent position; and

(2) the second job or overtime began after entry of the initial order.


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