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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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.
Using an example from Maryland, USA, Kisthardt stresses the importance of enforceability of spousal support decisions and their effect on the claiming behaviour of women:
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.
Hence, the first aim of the study is to examine the negative effects of managerial support and spousal support on work-family conflict.
Although there was a correlation between levels of perceived spousal support and quality of life, there was no relationship between exercise patterns of a spouse and quality of life or health status of subjects.
Barriers to testing include a lack of spousal support, fear of partner violence, and fear of disclosure and the stigma that may accompany it.
It concluded, the "Pennsylvania Supreme Court has not decided the narrow legal issue of whether an unallocated support order covering spousal support and child support terminates upon the death of the custodial spouse.
Software products include DissoMaster, for calculating child or spousal support, Executioner, for calculating interest on unpaid support and attorneys fees, and Propertizer, for calculating asset division.
Ideally, specific planning would have addressed, among others, the issues of who is going to own/run the business, spousal support, and estimated estate tax and funding plan.
2) On September 6, 1989, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court promulgated new Rules of Civil Procedure which established the Uniform Support Guidelines (3) and mandated that temporary spousal support and child support be determined in accordance with the guidelines unless a deviation was warranted.
for spousal support pursuant to the Ontario Family Law Act, although section 29 of the Act stipulated that the support provisions in the law applied only to married and common-law spouses.
I pay spousal support from that amount to my ex-wife and will continue to do so until March 1, 2000," explained Duval, admitting that he could take home more money each month from his deferred compensation from his former job.