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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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Husband Promises Spousal Support For Life, But Retirement Causes Him To Reconsider

After 30 years, it might be safe to assume that a divorce is well in the former couple’s rearview mirror. However, life is full of change, and those changes can sometimes have an impact on agreements made during a separation … Continue reading

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Don’t Succumb to Spousal Spying

No matter how you put it, a divorce is not going to be easy, nor will it be anywhere near fun. Imagine, all the hard work and effort you exerted into your marriage just down the drain? That would just … Continue reading

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How Will Retirement Affect My Spousal Maintenance Payments?

Every divorce needs to be treated differently due to the individual circumstances in each case. However, there are some common elements that will typically need to be taken care of during the divorce process, including child custody, division of assets, … Continue reading

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New Federal Law for Spousal Support Tax Deduction May Impact North Carolina Alimony Negotiations

Alimony is also known as spousal support and it refers to payments made by one spouse to support the other after separation or divorce. The payments may be lump sum payments or ongoing payments. Generally, post-separation alimony lasts until the … Continue reading

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