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Divorce may mean retiring is delayed

Court says alimony might force some to work more years

By Andrew Ryan and Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / November 10, 2009

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In Massachusetts, marriage really still means until death do you part, even after divorce. The Supreme Judicial Court ruled yesterday that a former spouse may have to keep paying alimony after retiring and could be expected to delay retirement even after turning 65 to come up with the money. (Full article: 690 words)

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