In the matter of Christian A. Poulin and Rose Marie Wall - Reversed and remanded.
Because the parties’ divorce decree ordered them to contribute to their children’s college expenses in a “specific proportion,” i.e., “to the extent each party is financially able” after deducting financial aid and the child’s own savings, the trial court has authority to enforce it. Accordingly, the trial court’s ruling that it could not enforce the college expense provision in light of Scott constituted an error of law. We reverse and remand.
LATEST NEW HAMPSHIRE ANGLE
READER COMMENTS: 0
- To get away, they come to NH - 0
- Win tickets to see American Idol Live! - 0
- Bach's Lunch Series Concludes in June with Music of Night and Nature - 0
- Open House at Owl Brook Hunter Education Center on June 1 - 0
- From middle school to Middle Ages in Windham - 0
- Londonderry Rotary to host classic car show - 0
- Book tells story of wife's battle with cancer - 1
- Grantham man is Geospatial Hall of Famer - 0
- Evidence challenged in Craigslist sex extortion case - 0
North Country open for business
Lizzie borden took an axe ... or did she?
To get away, they come to NH
Goffstown police sergeant fights suspension
From middle school to Middle Ages in Windham
Londonderry Rotary to host classic car show
Just say it: Our fight is with radical Islam
State’s stand-your-ground law intact
Casino vote stirs emotions on both sides