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The matrimonial department of Larkin, Ingrassia and Tepermayster, LLP was successful in obtaining a judgment of divorce for Defendant-Husband in an action wherein the parties signed a Separation Agreement, and two years later Plaintiff-Wife filed an Action for Divorce, while simultaneously seeking to set aside the Separation Agreement. After unsuccessfully attempting to set aside the Agreement via motion practice, the Plaintiff-Wife was directed by the Court to file a proposed Judgment of Divorce. Wife failed to do so, so William J. Larkin, III of Larkin, Ingrassia and Tepermayster, LLP filed an application and a proposed Judgment of Divorce. The Plaintiff-Wife filed yet another application objecting to the Judgment being executed but the Court found in favor of the Defendant-Husband and granted the relief of execution of the Judgment of Divorce, which incorporated the parties’ Separation Agreement.
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