In 1928, a New York court ordered D, who was suing for annulment of his marriage, to pay alimony pendente lite and attorney's fees to W. This judgment had remained unsatisfied. W, in 1931, brought a bill in equity in Massachusetts asking that D, now a resident of Massachusetts, be ordered to pay the amount due on the judgment. Held, although the local statute (Gen. L., c. 209, sec. 6) did not permit suits at law between husband and wife, that mere circumstance was not sufficient grounds for granting equitable relief on the ground of the inadequacy of the legal remedy. Weidman v. Weidman (Mass. 1931) 174 N.E. 206.