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Why Does Standard of Living Matter?
Why Does Standard of Living Matter?

When spouses divorce , family finances often undergo radical change. Apart from dividing the marital property, child support and alimony may also need to be ordered , further complicating divorce finances. Alimony is financial support paid to a spouse who is not financially ...

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