The divorce court battles of the rich have recently been spreading alarm among family lawyers for the poor.

It began with the 2014 alimony case of Dan v. Dan, in which the state Supreme Court held that a sharp increase in an ex-husband’s income, by itself, was not grounds for increasing alimony, and that the ex-wife would have to show some special need.

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