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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With the myth disproved, Gentili Armbrust wanted to take the arbitrary nature of determining spousal support out of divorce agreements.
The court held that the taxpayer received alimony of $23,100 in 2006 because the final reduction occurring in 2009 that completely eliminated the spousal support did not satisfy either of the two situations of Temp.
the payor might not be able to meet the demands of parenting if also required to pay full spousal support.
Descriptive statistics and MANOVA results for the measure of perceived spousal support are presented in Table 1.
Thus, child and spousal support has the potential to be an important safety net for families losing the sole male breadwinner because of a divorce.
In stage 2, the interpersonal variable was spousal support (SS).
Hence, the first aim of the study is to examine the negative effects of managerial support and spousal support on work-family conflict.
Spousal support has been found to reduce role-strain through its impact on perceived stressors (Carlson & Perrewe, 1999) and to increase marital quality (Dehle, Larsen, & Landers, 2001; Julien, Chartrand, Simard, Bouthiller, & Begin, 2003) and general well-being (Dehle et al.
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.