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Hell hath no fury like a divorced woman scorned by her ex-husband’s new wife and his estate. So goes the latest chapter in the tales of the late legendary antitrust lawyer Joseph L. Alioto and the alleged legerdemain of his heirs. The chapter, recorded in San Francisco Superior Court, is titled: Angelina Genaro Alioto v. Kathleen Sullivan Alioto. That would be Alioto’s first wife versus his second wife. According to the complaint, Alioto, who died last year, agreed to pay Angelina $120,000 a year “commencing Jan. 1, 1979 and to continue thereafter for the remainder of the life of Angelina.” The same year of the divorce, he married Kathleen Sullivan, a Boston educator whose father owned the New England Patriots football team. As the years passed, Alioto’s personal fortunes flagged. He fell behind on his payments to Angelina. About five months after Alioto’s death, Angelina requested in writing that Kathleen provide her with “an accounting of all assets and income” to which she was entitled under her divorce settlement.

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