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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The agency explained legal separation only eliminates the requirement that a participant obtain spousal consent to waive the spousal death benefit and name another beneficiary.
The company's profit or loss is the owner's profit or loss because there is no legal separation between the business and the owner.
A family law expert at the Co-operative Legal Services comments: Legal separation is a tricky one, as you are neither truly married (even if you are legally so) or divorced and free to remarry.
Legal separation wasn't a long-term option for Angela Gorzelsky 42, a manager of a credit bureau in Johnstown, Pa.
A) The UAE law allows a mother to keep her son with her till the age of 11 years, and in case of a girl, till 13 years provided the mother remains unmarried after the legal separation.
The legal separation was effected by the sale of the shares in ABN AMRO Bank NV by ABN AMRO Holding NV - now RBS Holdings NV - to the Dutch state's holding company ABN AMRO Group NV.
Penn's publicist Mara Buxbaum said: "I can confirm papers for legal separation have been dismissed.
Veronica Lario has retained a divorce lawyer to begin the process of legal separation and divorce.
There could be a legal separation in order to obtain subsidies, but no more than that," he said.
These include the failure to appoint gas and electricity distribution network managers, insufficient legal separation in the electricity sector, failure to notify exemption from provisions on new gas installations, no or insufficient ways of appealing against refusal of access to the electricity networks on technical grounds.
Using real-life cases and examples, she covers marriage (including common law marriage and legal recognition of nonmarital couples) and premarital agreements, present legal approaches to domestic violence, law regarding divorce (fault and no-fault) as well as annulment and legal separation, child custody and child support, spousal support, division of marital property, jurisdiction in divorce and the divorce process, determining paternity, child abuse and neglect, and adoption.

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