In Washburn v. Catlin, 97 N.Y. 623, the general term had made an order requiring the defendant to pay the expenses incurred during the previous nine years, but the court of appeals modified this order by restricting such payment to the expenses incurred subsequent to filing the petition.Summary of this case from McKay v. McKay
Argued October 7, 1884
Decided October 21, 1884
J. Langdon Ward for appellant.
C. Elliott Minor for respondent.
Per Curiam opinion for a modification of General Term order by inserting after the word "granted" the words "except as to expenses incurred for the support, education and maintenance of the infant, Mary B. Catlin, prior to filing the petition," and for affirmance as so modified.