A commentary on the law of divorce and alimony

A commentary on the law of divorce and alimony

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...the husband respondent, is for alimony only.13 The Iowa Courts deem service of notice on the husband's attorney sufficient, provided a copy of the 1. Whitsell vs. Whitsell, 8 B. Mon roe, Ky., 50. 2. Jenkins vs. Jenkins, 91 111., 167. 3. Andrews vs. Andrews, 69 111., 609. 4. Ressor vs. Ressor, 82 111., 442. 5. Lassiter vs. Lassiter, 92 N. C, 129. 6. Wood vs. Wood, 7 Lansing, N. Y., 204. 7. ex parte King, 27 Ala., 387. Vanduzer vs. Vanduzer, 70 Iowa, 614. Gercke vs. Seddon, 93 Mo., 520. 8. Whitmore vs. Whitmore,49 Mich., 417. Wagner vs. Wagner, 36 Minn., 239 Krause vs. Krause, 23 Wis., 354. 9. Holleman vs. Holleman, 69 Ga., 6;6. 10. Becker vs. Becker, 15 Bradwell, 111, 247 11. Lilly 7's. Lilly, 1 Weekly Notes, Pa., 160. 12. Bogia vs. Bogia, I Weekly Notes, Pa., 96. Culver vs. Culver, 8 B. Monroe, Ky., 128. 13. Lochnane vs. Lochnane, 78 Ky., 467. petition accompany the notice, but the safer plan, although not an essential one, is to duplicate the notice, serving one copy upon the husband himself, if accessible, as may be requisite thereafter in notice of a rule for an attachment, and serving another copy by way of courtesy upon the husband's counsel, should an appearance by attorney have been entered of record. An ex parte order made without notice to the husband, and without proof of the facts essential to the exercise of a sound legal discretion, is void.1 Process Served. Without service of the original process upon the defendant husband there is no lis pendens, and hence no rule for alimony can be taken or sustained, even though the husband, be present in Court when the order is applied for.2 When Served. As a rule, no applications should be made for alimony before the return day of the writ in the divorce action. Such undue haste and somewhat...

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Self Help A commentary on the law of divorce and alimony This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...the husband respondent, is for alimony only.13 The Iowa Courts deem service of notice on the husband's attorney sufficient, provided a copy of the 1. Whitsell vs. Whitsell, 8 B. Mon roe, Ky., 50. 2. Jenkins vs. Jenkins, 91 111., 167. 3. Andrews vs. Andrews, 69 111., 609. 4. Ressor vs. Ressor, 82 111., 442. 5. Lassiter vs. Lassiter, 92 N. C, 129. 6. Wood vs. Wood, 7 Lansing, N. Y., 204. 7. ex parte King, 27 Ala., 387. Vanduzer vs. Vanduzer, 70 Iowa, 614. Gercke vs. Seddon, 93 Mo., 520. 8. Whitmore vs. Whitmore,49 Mich., 417. Wagner vs. Wagner, 36 Minn., 239 Krause vs. Krause, 23 Wis., 354. 9. Holleman vs. Holleman, 69 Ga., 6;6. 10. Becker vs. Becker, 15 Bradwell, 111, 247 11. Lilly 7's. Lilly, 1 Weekly Notes, Pa., 160. 12. Bogia vs. Bogia, I Weekly Notes, Pa., 96. Culver vs. Culver, 8 B. Monroe, Ky., 128. 13. Lochnane vs. Lochnane, 78 Ky., 467. petition accompany the notice, but the safer plan, although not an essential one, is to duplicate the notice, serving one copy upon the husband himself, if accessible, as may be requisite thereafter in notice of a rule for an attachment, and serving another copy by way of courtesy upon the husband's counsel, should an appearance by attorney have been entered of record. An ex parte order made without notice to the husband, and without proof of the facts essential to the exercise of a sound legal discretion, is void.1 Process Served. Without service of the original process upon the defendant husband there is no lis pendens, and hence no rule for alimony can be taken or sustained, even though the husband, be present in Court when the order is applied for.2 When Served. As a rule, no applications should be made for alimony before the return day of the writ in the divorce action. Such undue haste and somewhat...
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