spouse


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partner

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a husband or wife

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2013-34 provides broader equitable innocent spouse relief than earlier guidance, particularly to victims of domestic abuse.
The surviving spouse or adult interdependent partner is also granted the right to the use and enjoyment of the household goods during the 90-day temporary possession.
Sponsors the Military Spouse Corporate Career Network: offers virtual and in-person meetings or webinars helping military spouses with resumes, employment resources, training to update skill sets, and assistance in finding employment resources in their current location or the area to which they're relocating.
2) property devolved to a spouse by succession or gift during the marriage, unless the will or donation agreement indicates that the property is devolved as joint community property;
The use of an annuity with a guaranteed lifetime withdrawal benefit can mitigate the adverse consequences of such action and enhance the income available for the surviving spouse.
When the Petition is drafted, it should be sent by registered mail delivery to the Respondent spouse.
Older couples who decide to marry rather than just live with one another generally have either a prenuptial or post-nuptial agreement providing that the spouse waives all rights to assets.
Baranowicz argued that under the act a nonrequesting spouse could participate in the initial litigation and, therefore, would be entitled to appeal the decision.
Prior to the date of separation, the earned income and withholding would be reported fifty-fifty by each spouse.
Psychologist Camille Wortman of the State University of New York at Stony Brook regards the dramatically increased risk of death among partners of recently hospitalized spouses as "amazing.
I don't think you would find any military spouse that wouldn't do it again,'' she said.
Memo 1957-227, the donor spouse made a gift of corporate stock to a trust that provided for the net income of the trust to be paid to the nondonor spouse for life.
We have awesome volunteers, and they do take that motto seriously," said Shanna King, a manager with the Airman and Family Readiness Center at Westover who helps oversee the Key Spouse Program there.
Some surviving spouses of deceased veterans have until Dec.
They are recruited from the National War College Spouse Club (NWCSC), the Industrial College of the Armed Forces Spouse Club (ICAFSC) as well as National Defense University faculty and staff.