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Marriage

A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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Actual periodic guaranteed payments lend more credence that one spouse's duties and responsibilities are more valuable to the overall success of the partnership.
Justice Alvin Rosenberg ruled the province's definition of "spouse" is unconstitutional.
Assuming that couples won't want to send one spouse's kids to Stanford while the other spouse's children work their way through community college, such issues must be resolved by communication and compromise.
If a spouse accepts reduced retirement benefits before starting spouse's benefits (his or her spouse is younger), the spouse will not receive 50 percent of the worker's benefit amount.
Windstream officially joined the Military Spouse Employment Partnership on Oct.
Unfortunately, many advisors and clients overlook the Social Security system's built-in complexities when planning for the death of a spouse, potentially leaving thousands of dollars on the table each year.
"We have awesome volunteers, and they do take that motto seriously," said Shanna King, a manager with the Airman and Family Readiness Center at Westover who helps oversee the Key Spouse Program there.
A requesting spouse who has filed a joint return must satisfy all the conditions in Section 4.01 of Rev.
The new Wills and Succession Act addresses the needs of the modern Albertan family by allowing for temporary possession of the family home upon the death of a spouse or adult interdependent partner.
3) income derived from the joint activities of the spouses, and income derived from the activities of one of the spouses, except for the funds required for that spouse's occupation;
However, in some cases a spouse will be relieved of the tax, interest, and penalties on a joint tax return.
Rather, it shifts to how the surviving spouse may maintain the same income generation and quality of life when his or her spouse dies.