An ex-husband could not use an addendum to his divorceagreement to reduce his alimony payments, the Superior Court has ruled,because he promised his ex-wife the addition was only to make him lookgood on paper.

The addendum was unenforceable not only because neither partyintended for it to be binding but because it was used to perpetrate afraud, the court said.

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