spousal support


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The mental and psychological sustenance that a (good) spouse provides

spousal support

Social medicine The mental and psychological help that a spouse provides
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Despite the plaintiff demonstrating a change of circumstances, the panel ruled that awarding spousal support was not fair and equitable.
Before a circuit court can award permanent spousal support, there must be a valid pleading before the court requesting it.
With the myth disproved, Gentili Armbrust wanted to take the arbitrary nature of determining spousal support out of divorce agreements.
Interestingly, all four female Supreme Court justices (plus one male justice) believed that the exclusion of common-law couples from spousal support obligations violated the plaintiff's right to equality under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Under the separation/divorce agreement, the taxpayer, Schilling, was to from her ex-husband monthly spousal support for six years, starting in 2003 and ending in 2009.
At the $20,000 floor, spousal support might push the payor into poverty, and it is rarely ordered.
In face-to-face home interviews with both spouses present, 579 randomly selected married individuals (289 women, 290 men, age range 18 to 65 years) from Ankara, Turkey, responded to the Spousal Support Scale (SSS; Yildirim, 2004).
Estate planning, non-probate assets, powers of attorney, medical directives, spousal support, retirement plans, wills, trusts, and intestacy are discussed using examples from existing case law.
Section 4 explores the relevance of a quantitative study on local child and spousal support practice based on initial research findings.
In stage 2, the interpersonal variable was spousal support (SS).
He does not want to pay his wife spousal support and is seeking that lawyers' fees be paid out of the couple's joint property, the documents show.
In view of this gap in the literature, this study sought to examine the influence of support at work (managerial support) and at home (spousal support) in predicting work-family conflict on a sample of 185 married accountants in Malaysia.