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How Is Spousal Maintenance Calculated in New York?

  One of the most common questions I received since New York enacted maintenance guidelines is, “How is spousal maintenance calculated in New York?” Before January 25, 2016, maintenance was determined using a litany of factors, including the age of the parties, the length of their marriage, the parties’ income, their earning abilities and their...

The major revisions to New York divorce law enacted in 2015 included significant changes to how courts will award – and terminate – temporary and permanent spousal maintenance. One of the changes the law addressed was the effect a spouse’s cohabitation with another person had on the other spouse’s obligation to continue making maintenance payments....

The richest man in the state of Illinois, billionaire hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin, recently settled his high-profile and highly contentious divorce case. The settlement with wife Anne Dias Griffin was announced the day after a trial was supposed to begin on the validity and enforceability of their prenuptial agreement. Anne was trying to avoid the...

Celebrity divorces are great teaching tools. High-profile divorces present the same issues as non-celebrity divorces, just with bigger numbers and a lot more tabloid coverage. The Huffington Post is reporting that the husband of actress Kaley Cuoco is seeking spousal maintenance and an award of counsel fees as part of the divorce. This should not...

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