WITH THE decision of Wolfe v. Wolfe the Ohio Supreme Court joins the majority of American jurisdictions' which hold that where a court has the general power to modify a decree for alimony or support the exercise of that power is not affected by the fact that the decree is based on an agreement entered into by the parties to the action.
Lavin, John J.
"Divorce and Alimony; Separation Agreements; Jurisdiction of Court to Modify; Impairment of Contract; Statutory Provisions; Wolfe v. Wolfe,"
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