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Marriage

A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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She was named the 2014 Military Spouse of the Year by Armed Forces Insurance and serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Military Family Advisory Network.
After the death of a spouse, the surviving spouse can begin to claim Social Security survivor benefits as early as age sixty, although the benefit will be reduced based on the number of months remaining until the survivor reaches full retirement age.
DeAnne Biscoe has been a key spouse at Westover since 2006.
A requesting spouse who has filed a joint return must satisfy all the conditions in Section 4.
1) property acquired separately by each spouse before the commencement of the marriage;
Innocent spouse relief for additional tax owed by a spouse because his or her spouse (or former spouse) failed to report income or claimed improper deductions or credits;
Rather, it shifts to how the surviving spouse may maintain the same income generation and quality of life when his or her spouse dies.
From the criteria, canon lawyers and the Petitioner spouse create the "grounds," or "impediments" to the marriage.
The former CEO of Tyco, Dennis Kozlowski, now convicted, transferred his assets to his spouse far in advance of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the subsequent lawsuits and judgments.
Following the couple's divorce, Lora Baran filed for innocent spouse relief under IRC sections 6015 (b) and (c), which contain part of the rules for such protection.
Also income from a community-property asset is reported fifty-fifty until the asset is awarded to one spouse.
For elderly people whose spouse had been hospitalized, the short-term risk of dying approaches that of elderly people after a spouse's death, Christakis and Allison assert.