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Saturday, July 21, 2018

Divorced Man Wins Fight Against Paying Alimony a Second Time

From NJ.com:

A divorced man who challenged the Morris County Probation Service over a claim that he did not make his final alimony payment won his case in court Friday. 

David Thomson had provided proof he made all his payments, but the probation service wouldn't accept the evidence.

But the judge ruled in his favor.

"The judge was very gracious and apologized on behalf of the system," Thomson said when he left the courtroom. "He said I was totally blameless and had proved there was no alimony arrears."

"[The judge] was working to try and have Probation avoid these situations in future," Thomson said.

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