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coming after all others

of or relating to a terminative condition, stage, or point

serving the function of deciding or settling with finality

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the final match between the winners of all previous matches in an elimination tournament

an examination administered at the end of an academic term

occurring at or forming an end or termination

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conclusive in a process or progression

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not to be altered or undone

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Under the divorce decree, T must make monthly alimony payments to G.
In the former husband's subsequent bankruptcy proceeding, his obligation to the former wife was not nondischargeable under [section]523(a)(15), because the new loan constituted a new debt not covered by or arising out of the parties' marital dissolution agreement or divorce decree.
Think about having your divorce lawyers and your special needs attorney work together so your divorce decree doesn't complicate your efforts to develop a financial strategy.
The Supreme Court's decision in Kennedy resolved the split among various state and federal jurisdictions, many of which had held that a divorce decree is sufficient to waive an ex-spouse's interest in her former spouse's pension plan, even if the decedent had not removed the ex-spouse as beneficiary.
15) In July 2003, the service member's spouse filed a divorce action in Virginia requesting the court to merge the separation agreement into the couple's final divorce decree.
And a tough argument was made even harder to win by the language of the divorce decree Freer had signed.
The private foundation rules also have no legal obligation until the court enters the divorce decree.
Sadly, the bottom line is that it's possible to reduce a divorce decree which makes any subsequent marriage null and void.
Several legal and social aspects of antebellum America gave rise to the litigation of out-of-state divorce decrees: the substantial variation in substantive divorce law from state to state; the increasing size of the United States and migratory character of its people; and the variety of types of litigation that might turn on the validity of a divorce decree.
Documents to support your hardship (Copies of medical documentation, divorce decree, unemployment verification, etc.
Wilder insisted the divorce decree language does give his office the right to assess fees.
It stuck on top of her divorce decree and sent to her.
The couple's initial divorce decree is due to be pronounced July 31.
2516, property transfers included in a divorce decree are subject to income taxes or gift taxes, respectively.
The divorce decree, the court's formal order defining the terms and conditions of the dissolution of the marriage, may spell out who is responsible for loans taken while the two were together, but the couple still has to request the bank to change the loan agreement accordingly.