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court-ordered support paid by one spouse to another after they are separated

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These post-divorce rights for Indonesian Muslim women consist of child custody, joint marital property, child support and a regime of spousal support rights.
2]: Spousal support will be negatively related to work-family conflict.
An independent t-test was performed to compare spousal exercise patterns with levels of perceived spousal support for exercise among the subjects.
2002), the Pennsylvania Supreme Court noted that determining spousal support based upon the parties' net incomes and obligor's other support obligations "treats similarly situated persons similarly, which is the goal expressed in [section] 4322 of the Divorce Code.
The firm provides individuals with matrimonial and family law legal counsel and representation in alimony, child support, child custody, divorce, cohabitation, grandparents' custody rights, equitable distribution, marital settlement agreements, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, separation agreements, spousal support, matrimonial taxation issues and related legal matters.
At the $20,000 floor, spousal support might push the payor into poverty, and it is rarely ordered.
Permanent child and/or spousal support positions are coordinated with custody arrangements.
The court concluded that the agreement clearly indicated that the monthly payments were a division of assets and not spousal support.
Division of assets and liabilities, medical care for minor children, religious decisions, insurance issues and spousal support must be considered.
She has even asked the judge to allow her to remove Odom from her name, and has even refused spousal support.
ASHTON Kutcher and Demi Moore are said to have finally signed their divorce agreement after Demi reportedly conceded on the point of spousal support.
As discussed in the last issue of LAW NOW, the Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines (SSAGs) are not a precise measure of a person's support claim.
Sheen is seeking joint custody, but is asking a judge not to award his wife any spousal support.
Practitioner Noyes introduces dissolution of marriage in California, then describes how paralegal staff are involved from initial remedies (applications and documentation), to developing child support litigation, obtaining necessary court orders, assisting in hearings and discovery, developing orders for spousal support, working through division of property, and handling judgments.