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TERMINATION OF OBLIGATION TO PAY MAINTENANCE

Wife was not entitled to rehabilitative maintenance.   She had been cohabiting with another man on a continuing, conjugal basis.  There had been no subsequent reconciliation with her husband. “Unless otherwise agreed by the parties in a written agreement set forth in the judgment or otherwise approved by the court, the obligation to pay future maintenance [...]

By | October 25th, 2018|Maintenance, Spousal Maintainence|0 Comments

READ THE PRENUP BEFORE YOU SIGN IT

The parties signed a PreNuptial Agreement before they married.  It included a waiver of the right to maintenance. Husband later filed for divorce. Wife argued that she should receive maintenance and a portion of any property which had been acquired during the marriage.  Husband argued that the premarital agreement specifically provided that anything acquired during [...]

By | September 25th, 2018|Financial Issues When Divorcing, Property Division|0 Comments

CAN COURTS BASE MAINTENANCE ON A PERCENTAGE OF THE PAYOR’S INCOME?

Parties are divorcing.  The trial court ordered Husband to pay Wife temporary maintenance.   $3,700 per month plus 20% of Husband’s future bonuses.  The order was to be reviewed after seven years.  Husband and wife both appealed. Husband argued that the maintenance should stop at three years. He also argued that the bonus payment was wrong.  [...]

By | December 19th, 2017|Spousal Maintainence|0 Comments