Spousal Support Modification
Spousal Support Modification can happen, as either party can petition the other to go back to court to make a change.
What are acceptable reasons to petition the courts though?
- The Spousal Support Recipient has had a promotion, disability, or medical issue.
- Spousal Support Recipient is living with a new partner or cohabitating, possibly even with a same sex friend, if the home/rent expenses are shared.
- The payor has a major life change in job, disability, or medical issue that is NOT his fault.
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