MGL Ch.208 Sec.17: Pendency of action; allowance; alimony

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Massachusetts General Laws: Chapter 208 - Divorce

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Section 17. Pendency of action; allowance; alimony

Section 17. The court may require either party to pay into court for the use of the other party during the pendency of the action an amount to enable him to maintain or defend the action, and to pay to him alimony during the pendency of the action. When the court makes an order for alimony on behalf of a party, and such party is not a member of a private group health insurance plan, the court shall include in such order for alimony a provision relating to health insurance, which provision shall be in accordance with section thirty-four.