Legally Separated


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Legally Separated

Separated under a decree of separate maintenance that requires the spouses to live apart.
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A statement of intent to live apart from one's spouse, if the two were already legally separated, would be quite redundant.
The Tax Court was affirmed in holding that the parties "were not legally separated under the [New Jersey] separate maintenance decree.
IRC section 152(e)(1) provides an exception for parents who (1) are divorced or legally separated, (2) are separated under a written separation agreement or (3) live apart at all times during the last six months of the tax year.
You may have been legally separated for years and never bothered to get a divorce; nonetheless, that surviving spouse whom you haven't seen in years is also entitled to a share of your estate.
The companies legally separated as of December 1, 2009.
CEFS International will be legally separated from UBS and transferred into its own legal entity.
The couple legally separated within days of Dickens writing the letter.
Mrs Gilligan, who said she was legally separated from her jailed druglord husband, agreed her income was small but insisted: "I do not need that much money.
The Taoiseach, who is legally separated but not divorced from wife Miriam, said he didn't think the public would have any objection to his re-marrying.
682'S special rules apply to individuals divorced or legally separated under a decree of divorce or separate maintenance, or separated under a written separation agreement.
She's the child star who legally separated herself from her parents at 14 and earned notoriety as the doe-eyed psychopath in Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers.
C) In the case of an individual legally separated from his spouse under a decree of divorce or of separate maintenance, the payee spouse and the payor spouse are not members of the same household at the time such payment is made.