This is a post-divorce case. Appellee Wife and Appellant Husband entered into a marital dissolution agreement, which was incorporated, by reference, into the final decree of divorce. The agreement provided for transitional alimony payments, which would “self-terminate” upon the occurrence of certain conditions, including cohabitation. Husband developed a belief that Wife was cohabitating and, relying on the self-termination clause, ceased payment of spousal support without court intervention.read more »
George L. Rice, IV, Memphis, Tennessee, for the appellant, Bradley Webb Wilkinson.
Laura D. Rogers, Memphis, Tennessee, for the appellee, Susan Crosby Wilkinson.