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Changing the Amount of Spousal Support - Up or Down!

If the two parties are able to reach an agreement with respect to the amount of spousal support one will pay to the other, then they are also allowed to agree between themselves on whether such amount of spousal support will be forever "locked in cement," i.e., non-modifiable; or, in the alternative, whether the amount will be subject to change in the future. If you are the spouse receiving the support, then it may be of benefit to have the amount of spousal support characterized as "non-modifiable," so that it will never change; and, you are more easily able to budget your monthly income. The down-side, of course, is that your spousal support figure will never increase either, even if your former-spouse's income should skyrocket.

New Year. New Plan. Fresh Start. Second Saturday Divorce Workshop - What everyone needs to know about divorce.

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