Legal Advice for Cohabitation — 18 results
Written by attorney Robert Leonard, 13 days ago.
Partners do not begin a relationship expecting it to fail, but unfortunately many relationships fail. It is important to be prepared. If you are living together and not married, a... more
Written by attorney Cameron Goulding, over 4 years ago.
Are you receiving or paying alimony or spousal support? Are you or your ex-husband or ex-wife "living with" a boyfriend or girlfriend? Then termination of spousal support or alimony due... more
Written by Avvo Staff, over 4 years ago.
When you and your romantic partner decide to live together, it's usually a decision filled with romance and anticipation. You're rarely thinking of the financial and legal implications,... more
Written by attorney Alyssa Knisely, over 1 year ago.
By Shaffer Engle Law Offices, LLC posted in Alimony on Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Alimony, or support from one spouse to another, may be barred by the requesting party's cohabitation... more
Written by attorney Stephen Mendel, over 1 year ago.
A century ago, living together outside of marriage was socially unacceptable. In the 21st century, however, many couples choose to live together prior to marriage or forego getting married... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, about 2 years ago.
In California, Penal Code (PC) 273.5 is often referred to as domestic violence (DV). Charges often arise out of he-said/she-said allegations in highly emotional situations. Many innocent... more
Written by attorney Mark L Tseselsky, over 2 years ago.
Spousal support is designed to allow both ex-spouses to maintain the same living standard as they enjoyed during their marriage. It is also designed to help the supported spouse (the spouse... more
Written by attorney Carlos Lastra, almost 3 years ago.
Cohabitation In Maryland
A question heard time and time again - asks why the payor of alimony should have to continue to support their former spouse when they are in a new relationship... more