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If my husband was ordered to pay lifetime support, but he is

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If my husband was ordered to pay lifetime support, but he is turning 70 and wants to retire. Will he be able to quit paying me alimony? We were married for 16 years and we have been separated/divorced for 14. I am 63 and can't get my full social security until I'm 66.
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Expert:  Phillips Esq. replied 1 year ago.
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If my husband was ordered to pay lifetime support, but he is turning 70 and wants to retire. Will he be able to quit paying me alimony? We were married for 16 years and we have been separated/divorced for 14. I am 63 and can't get my full social security until I'm 66.
Response: No, he will not. There is a reason the Court ordered him to pay lifetime spousal support. His retirement will no change it.

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