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When Does Alimony End in Colorado?
When Does Alimony End in Colorado?

Colorado refers to alimony as “ spousal maintenance .” In a Colorado divorce case, a judge may order the higher-earning spouse to pay the lower-earning spouse maintenance while the case proceeds through the court. This is often called “pendent lite maintenance.” Once the ...

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