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Years and marriages later, they still pay

Years and marriages later, they still pay

Steve Hitner started the group Mass Alimony Reform. He and his second wife, Jeanie, learned the hard way that she could be called into court to help determine the amount of alimony owed to his first wife, Joan. Steve Hitner started the group Mass Alimony Reform. He and his second wife, Jeanie, learned the hard way that she could be called into court to help determine the amount of alimony owed to his first wife, Joan. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By Bella English
Globe Staff / July 18, 2010

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Steve Niro got married in 1981 at age 23 and divorced less than five years later. At the time of the divorce, he and his wife were in their late 20s, and both were working. Niro remarried nearly 15 years ago, but he’s still paying his alimony. (Full article: 2056 words)

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