Changing Spousal Agreements May Cost More Than Original Divorce

Diana Isaac in Financial Post

December 13, 2018

Income usually drops once a person stops working, and this causes some ex-spouses to seek a change to their spousal agreement. But, altering spousal support isn’t just done on a whim, says family lawyer Diana Isaac, and this can be a particularly hard truth for wealthy or famous individuals who have recently retired. Click here to read more

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