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August 16, 2012

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Pamela S. Wynn

You need to seek legal advice to answer specific questions. This blog does not provide legal advice.

Rose Morin

This is a good way out to think about all the orders that were passed by the court. During the trial, nothing stays in order as it was earlier. This would help in re-considering a particular issue or issues.

My question to you is would this allow me to stop the alimony that I am paying now or modify the amount? How and when?

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