I have a permanent spousal support order due to a long term marriage. Divorce was final in 2013. This month my ex spouse took me to court to try to eliminate spousal support. He was denied, but the judge advised me per Gavron. Can a judge do this after a permanent order was made and signed? Will this affect my support in the future?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Unless you have a specific order that says that your spousal support is absolutely non-modifiable, support is not permanent. A careful review of your existing court order is important to ascertain a full answer to your question. Please meet with an experienced family law attorney to explore your options.