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final

1. Music another word for perfect
2. Sport a deciding contest between the winners of previous rounds in a competition
3. Music the tonic note of a church mode
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1980) (holding covenant not-to-compete agreement included in divorce decree enforceable).
A divorce decree is issued when a marriage is dissolved.
Among other things, the divorce decree required him to refinance within two years of the divorce, but was silent as to which party was responsible for the current mortgage.
2) The high court determined that an ex-wife, as named beneficiary to her deceased ex-husband's pension plan, was entitled to his pension benefits even though she had waived the designation in the parties' divorce decree.
She sounds best on songs where she's feeling blue and sorry for herself, such as He's Gone, Divorce Decree, To The Other Woman, Too Much To Bear' and If She's Your Wife (Who Am I).
Bradford had refused to lift an order from the divorce decree of Thomas E.
According to the UK Family Law Act 1996, a couple married according to a religious faith must also be divorced according to that faith before the final civil divorce decree can be issued.
Since she was a corporate officer and a signatory on the bank account, she is personally liable regardless of what the divorce decree says.
Until very recently, no judicial decision determined whether courts should classify this CSB/Redux benefit as a "military retirement benefit" pursuant to a property settlement or divorce decree that equitably divides marital property.
This document is prepared by Army legal-assistance attorneys and is extremely valuable, as it serves to resolve the issues normally presented in a contested divorce, thereby providing the cheapest and quickest divorce in the future (courts incorporate the agreement into the divorce decree, and it continues as the mandate of the court after divorce).
Additionally, they foster longevity and, if nothing more, avoid confrontation with the most dreaded panel of scrutinizers: the mishap board and its potential divorce decree.