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Judge says White's ex can file for spousal support

What constitutes as a marriage ceremony varies by state, but there are certain elements that Ohio and all other states recognize as binding. Adherence to these rituals is important should the day come when the marriage dissolves and, specifically, should one ex pursue spousal support. Although the comedian denies he and his ex took part in a marriage ceremony, a judge has ruled that Ron White's marriage was valid and that his ex, Margo Rey, can request spousal support.

Spousal support payments not ending with commitment ceremony

The terms of an Ohio divorce should clearly define the financial arrangement as it applies to spousal and child support. There may come a time for modification to either child or spousal support, for which the court will need to render a decision, should the former spouses not agree on a new arrangement. An ex-husband is seeking to terminate the spousal support he currently pays.

Spousal support case reviewed by appellate court

Some divorced couples in Ohio are able to come to an amicable settlement and move on with their lives with no future problems. The paths of others are not so smoothly resolved, and child or spousal support issues rear their ugly heads after a period of time. A former couple's dispute in a restructured spousal support agreement has gone to an appellate court for further deliberation.

Pete Rose objects to spousal support increase request

When the relationship between two Ohio spouses comes to an end, there are several decisions they have to make. Just one of those decisions is whether or not spousal support will be paid. As baseball season comes to an end, fans might be interested in the spousal support woes facing legend Pete Rose.

Man gets surprise alimony invoice

Some Ohio exes who have to pay alimony sometimes feel the strain of meeting their legal requirements. When their financial duty has been fulfilled, there is often cause for celebration. One man thought he had made his last alimony payment years ago but has recently received a notification claiming he missed a payment.

Basketball star pays lump-sum alimony

In Ohio and elsewhere, divorce settlements vary depending on the situation of each spouse. Financial agreements for alimony and child support are based on the income of the exes, as well as any assets they own together. NBA and WNBA fans may be interested to hear of the general alimony settlement in the divorce between stars Shelden Williams and Candace Parker.

Husband goes to extreme to get alimony in divorce case

In Ohio and elsewhere, some people will go to great lengths to get what they want out of a divorce, especially when it comes to alimony. Sometimes, however, the acts are particularly shocking. Here's what one man did to get part of his heiress-wife's fortune in alimony payments.

Seek clarity in matters of alimony and child support

When negotiating the terms of a divorce agreement, there are a great many details that deserve careful consideration. One example lies in how future payments between Ohio spouses are classified. When it comes to matters of child support and alimony, there are pros and cons to how those payments are structured for both parties. Failing to pay attention to the wording can have long term financial ramifications.

Dean McDermott's ex wants spousal support she says he owes

Ohio couples that have gone through a divorce know there are many financial decisions that have to be made in the course of obtaining a final decree. One of the most significant concerns is spousal support. Some couples are economically equal and opt to not pursue an award from the court. Other soon-to-be ex spouses seek a decision that will allow them to maintain their standard of living or simply to make ends meet. The ex-wife of Dean McDermott, who is currently married to Tori Spelling, is taking him back to court for not paying spousal support.

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