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Can Alimony be Modified After a Divorce?
Can Alimony be Modified After a Divorce?

Alimony, also known as spousal support, is intended to help the spouse with the lower income-earning capacity maintain the living standard he or she enjoyed during the marriage. However, what might have been appropriate during the divorce process might not be appropriate ...

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