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Washington Court Finds Decision Not to Retire Is Substantial Change Supporting Modification of Spousal Maintenance

Once a Washington divorce decree is issued, a maintenance award can only be modified by the court when the party seeking the modification shows a substantial change in circumstances.  A fact unknown to the trial court or an unanticipated fact … Continue reading

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Findings of Fact Required before maintenance can be awarded and child's student loan debt assigned to a party – published opinion from Ky Court of Appeals

Findings of Fact Required before maintenance can be awarded and child's student loan debt assigned to a party – published opinion from Ky Court of Appeals Diana Skaggs Sat, 05/04/2019 – 15:21 Read more about Findings of Fact Required before … Continue reading

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Disability Finding Not Grounds For Modification of Washington Spousal Maintenance

Following a Washington final divorce decree, a maintenance award, also known as spousal support, may only be modified if there has been a substantial change in circumstances since the decree.  The change has to be something that was not within … Continue reading

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When a Supermarket Fails at Maintenance and Accident Prevention

It was an accident just waiting to happen. More than likely, you’ve heard those words and hoped they’d never apply to you. Unfortunately, the truth hurts. As an afterthought, you can’t help but wonder what happens when a supermarket fails … Continue reading

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New Maintenance Law in Illinois

Beginning January 1, 2019, Illinois has a new formula for calculating maintenance. If you get divorced in 2019 and beyond, this new formula applies to your case.  Maintenance (also known as alimony or spousal support) used to be taxable to … Continue reading

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