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spouse

 A legal marriage partner as defined by state law

spouse

1. A partner in marriage.
2. A life partner.
spousal, adjective
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If a surviving spouse is between ages 50 and 59A1/2 and is disabled, he or she is entitled to receive a reduced benefit (71.
Karen Breazeale is the key spouse mentor for the 301st Fighter Wing at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas, and she is working hard to promote the program there.
2013-34 significantly changes the time in which a requesting spouse must apply for equitable relief under Sec.
ECOVIS Miskinis, Kvainauskas ir partneriai advokat kontora Where the spouses have not made a marriage contract, their property is subject to the statutory regime, i.
A spouse must meet all of the following conditions to qualify for innocent spouse relief:
Every priest who claims this process to be "emotionally healing," should consider the abuse sustained by the spouse whose integrity has been emotionally "assaulted" by deception.
For the first case, a prenuptial agreement would have had the spouse waive all of her assets and had she contested the will, as Anna Nicole Smith is doing, there would be no assets.
Nonrequesting spouses must be aware of and use their right to participate in an innocent spouse relief request at the IRS and Tax Court level.
One is deemed to be using a residence as one's residence during any period of time that one's spouse, or former spouse, is granted the use of the home.
The new findings show that physicians and family members need to address the social and practical needs of elderly people whose spouses develop disabling illnesses, notes gerontologist Suzanne E.
It will also be most advantageous where one spouse owns considerably more appreciated property than the other.
Maxwell launched Military Spouse magazine last fall to grapple with some of these tough issues.