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2019 Changes to Spousal Maintenance Law
2019 Changes to Spousal Maintenance Law

For decades, spousal maintenance (alimony) has been tax deductible for the paying spouse and counted as taxable income for the receiving spouse, but as of January 1, 2019, sweeping changes in the law took effect. Effective January 1, 2019, spousal maintenance in Colorado and ...

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Blog posts in Spousal Maintenance

  • My Spouse Cheated, Can I Ask for Spousal Maintenance?

    If your spouse cheated on you, you may be wondering if adultery will have any impact on your ability to seek alimony, or “spousal maintenance” as it ...

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  • Colorado Legislature Currently Considering New Maintenance Guidelines for January 2014

    Unlike child support, Colorado currently has no guidelines for maintenance where the annual gross combined income of the parties is over $75,000.00. ...

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  • Demi Moore Requests Spousal Maintenance and Attorney Fees from Ashton Kutcher

    Starlet Demi Moore responded to Ashton Kutcher's Petition for divorce requesting spousal support and attorney fees from Kutcher. Allegedly Moore is ...

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  • Calculating Support When One Parent Has No Income

    First know that both parents are legally responsible for supporting the kiddos—not just the parent who pays support. With a few exceptions, if one ...

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  • Can Spousal Support Be Discharged In Bankruptcy?

    People often ask whether or not spousal maintenance (also known as alimony or spousal support) can be discharged in a bankruptcy. The usual answer is ...

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  • What Is Alimony?

    Alimony or spousal maintenance is the monetary support received by one spouse from the other on a periodic basis either during or after the divorce , ...

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  • Modifications of Divorce in Colorado

    Let’s say your divorce has been final now for a year but you really need to modify the decree. Is this possible? When you went to court for your ...

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  • Termination of Maintenance: Death or Remarriage

    Unless otherwise agreed in writing or expressly provided in the divorce decree, the obligation to pay future maintenance is terminated upon the death ...

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  • Modifying Maintenance or Child Support - The Effective Date

    If maintenance or child support is modified by the court, the modification should be effective as of the date of the filing of the motion, unless the ...

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