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Tag Archives: Cohabitation

Domestic Relations – Alimony – Termination – Cohabitation – Consent Order – Property Settlement – Reciprocity Provision (access required)

Underwood v. Underwood Even though the parties’ consent order covered property settlements as well as alimony and stated that its provisions were reciprocal, the mere incantation of the phrase “reciprocal consideration” does not render alimony nonmodifiable. Since the defendant-wife is cohabiting, the trial court correctly terminated the plaintiff-husband’s alimony obligation.

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Domestic Relations – Civil Practice – Contempt – Parent & Child – Custody – Overnight Guests – Cohabitation – Different Orders (access required)

Rain Tree v. Bradford. (Lawyers Weekly No. 10-16-0784, 9 pp.) (Sanford L. Steelman Jr., J.) Appealed from Transylvania County District Court. (David K. Fox, J.) N.C. App. Unpub. Holding: Even though a 2007 order prohibited the parties from cohabiting with an ...

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