Williams
v.
Williams

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, Fourth DepartmentNov 7, 1984
105 A.D.2d 1160 (N.Y. App. Div. 1984)

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November 7, 1984

Appeal from the Supreme Court, Monroe County, Scudder, J.

Present — Dillon, P.J., Callahan, Green, Moule and Schnepp, JJ.


Order unanimously affirmed, with costs. Memorandum: Defendant husband appeals from so much of an order at Special Term as temporarily determined child support and maintenance, pending divorce proceedings. In affirming, we note that courts have repeatedly held that the remedy for any claimed inequity in awards of temporary alimony, child support or maintenance is a speedy trial where the respective finances of the parties can be ascertained and a permanent award based on the evidence may be made ( Cloutier v Cloutier, 94 A.D.2d 974; Woram v Gilliam, 78 A.D.2d 796; Sterlace v Sterlace, 63 A.D.2d 450; Vesper v Vesper, 46 A.D.2d 729).