Change in Separation Agreement


#1

I forgot to say that he agreed to pay alimony until I remarry or die. We were married for 12 years. Our children are 1 and 3. I stopped working in January 2004 and when I worked he made about $15,000 more per year than I. Thanks.


#2

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#3

Dear tnt1072:

Greetings. He may be able to change the custodial schedule through the court, but he cannot change alimony unless the terms of the separation agreement allow him to. Tell him no and tell him that you will file a lawsuit against him for breach.

I thought that you were going to tell me that it was 5-10 years since you executed the agreement, but if it was only 10 months then you can tell him to go and fly a kite. That is ludicrious. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#4

My husband and I have a separation agreement that states that he pays alimony and child support, we have joint custody with the children residing primarily with me, and I get to claim the children on my taxes. He has decided that he can not afford to pay alimony, he wants the children every other week and he wants to claim one on his taxes. He has lived with his girlfriend since one week after our separation and I live with my parents and have not dated since the separation. We have been separated for 10 months. I was a full time mom at the time of our separation and now I go to school full time. Can he suddenly, demand that these changes be made? I have cell phone bills, receipts for jewelry and witnesses that saw him with this woman the same week that we divorced. Thanks for your advice.