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Temporary spousal support is support ordered by the court while the divorce is pending. Depending on the complexity of the divorce or the parties’ inability to come to an agreement, a divorce can take a long time to complete. The court wants to ensure that both parties preserve the status quo during this period. Temporary spousal support helps maintain the living condition and standards until permanent support orders have been made along with the division of assets and debts.
To request spousal support or to change your current spousal support orders, click here.
Child support lasts until the child is legally emancipated (such as getting married) or until the child turns 18. However, if the child turns 18 and is still in high school, then the support ends once the child graduates high school.
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Generally, yes, if the debt was incurred for something that benefitted the marital community. If it was used for something that was not for the benefit of the marriage, you could potentially raise that issue with the court.