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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If one is legally separated, he or she may not remarry without going back to court and dissolving the marriage.
Regulations section 1.71-1(b)(2)(i), which defines the written separation agreement, says in part "if the wife is divorced or legally separated subsequent to the written separation agreement, payments made under such agreement continue to fall within the provisions of section 71(a)(2)"
The question as to whether a taxpayer is "legally separated" under the provisions of IRC [sections] 7703(a)(2) is to be determined in accordance with the laws of the state of the parties' domicile.(6) The proper inquiry, the court said in Boyer v.
The taxpayer is legally separated or did not live with his or her spouse during the last six months of the year;
Furthermore, the additional exemption shall be claimed by only one of the spouses in the case of married individuals, and that the claim for additional exemption shall be divided equally between the spouses in case they are legally separated, the bill provides.
The 2005 flick was the movie after which the 27-year-old actress' father Michael and his wife Dina legally separated, a split that hit the troubled actress hard, the Sun reported.
Jim and Jane legally separated in 1986 but the two continued to work on the Muppets.
Meenakshi's mother said: " Ritu's brother used to call us and say that he will kill Meenakshi because she is responsible for destroying his sister's married life." According to the police, Parwinder was not legally separated from his first wife and the divorce case is going on for the past five years.
A girl who was conceived to be an organ donor to her dying elder sister seeks to get legally separated from her parents.
Couples in Italy must be legally separated before divorce can be granted.
The revenue procedure applies to taxpayers who are divorced, legally separated, or live apart at all times during the last six months of the calendar year.
No, you can still apply for your Decree Nisi to be made Absolute, which will finalise the divorce proceedings and will mean you are legally separated.