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adjective closing, completing, concluding, conclusory, crowning, decisive, definitive, end, ending, extreme, extremus, finishing, irrevocable, last, rearmost, supreme, terminal, terminating, terminational, terminative, ultimate, ultimus, unappealable, without appeal
Associated concepts: final accounting, final adjudication, final and conclusive, final award, final conviction, final deciiion, final decree, final determination, final disposition, final finding, final hearing, final judgment, final offer, final order, final settlement, final submission
See also: absolute, binding, categorical, certain, complete, conclusive, crucial, decisive, definitive, determinative, extreme, inappealable, incontestable, irrevocable, last, peremptory, positive, ultimate
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26) Some states reason that courts can impose covenants not-to-compete in a divorce decree because the order is vital to the protection of the goodwill of a business that is being distributed in the action.
To qualify as alimony for income tax purposes, the spouse must make a payment under a divorce decree or written separation agreement.
Simply stated, under current [section]523(a)(15), a debtor may not receive a discharge if the debt is "to a spouse, former spouse, or child of the debtor and not of the kind described in paragraph (5) that is incurred by the debtor in the course of a divorce or separation or in connection with a separation agreement, divorce decree, or other order of a court of record.
Ideally, the best strategies can be developed if, prior to finalizing the divorce decree, the couple meets with a financial professional, their divorce lawyers, and an attorney who's experienced in serving the special needs community.
To do this you'll also need to figure out who will claim the children, something that should have been settled in the divorce decree.
Supreme Court decision holds that an ex-spouse can't waive her interest in a former spouse's ERISA-governed pension plan through the divorce decree alone Thus, former spouses must change the beneficiary designation or risk inadvertently enriching their former partners.
Keys to a Porsche 911 car, a divorce decree absolute and a wedding dress were also mislaid by forgetful guests staying at Travelodge hotels.
The program provides law firm specific, customized, court room ready reports and charts that often result in the foundation of rational negotiation and the eventual non-litigated reaching of a divorce decree.
She developed a strong bond with her stepfather, even taking his last name, but became closer to Gross in the years after the scheduled visits mandated by the divorce decree.
The suits allege their divorce decree divided the tax-fraud schemes as marital assets.
Of course, fame is better than infamy, illustrated by any accountant who missed the fine print of a divorce decree and forcing a client to pay taxes that could have been avoided.