Mary Jane Mckey v. forrest T. Mckey
1949.MN.31, 36 N.W.2D 17, 228 MINN. 28
Supreme Court of Missouri
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In default divorce proceedings, in which defendant made no appearance whatever, plaintiff was awarded an absolute divorce on the ground of cruel and inhuman treatment and was given the permanent custody of the parties only child, a four-year-old son. Plaintiff was awarded the household goods and furnishings, $50 per week as alimony, and $25 per week for the support of the minor child. The trial court in its findings -- after stating that defendant had a monthly wage of $250 as a salesman plus a liberal expense account which took care of his living expenses -- specifically found that defendant earned and was capable of earning $500 or more per month; that he maintained a life insurance program of approximately $13,000; and that within the year he had inherited the sum of $4,000.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 18 February 1949
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 8 Pages
- Language: English