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Old 06-09-2015, 02:16 PM
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Well if you lol at references above it says to deduct spousal (not CS) in determined s7. Doesn't say to add it to receiving party for same purpose but yes on taxes this is what happens. I deduct she adds it to her income for taxation purposes.

Well aware new partner income matters not. Just that spousal normally ends when receiving party is self sufficient. I'd say 45 grand in support and settlement income and 120 grand from a new spouse applies. But I have to get the court to agree. I digress...

Yes the law is intentionally grey so that it perpetuates itself. As lawyers always say...'well if the parties can't agree you'll have to get in front of a judge for a ruling". Of course, at $500 an hour for the lawyer quoting this.
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