USUALLY, 3 years is not long enough time to have alimony. Check with local laws though as each state differs. Florida is one of those (no fault states) where it is not long enough. * None, if spousal maintenance was not requested at the time of the dissolution filing and perfected or denied before the final decree there are not grounds for amendment of the terms of dissolution. The law presumes after such a time that both spouses are capable of taking responsibility for their own personal and financial affairs.
estranged means separated from the spouse [no longer living with the spoue] separated means staying apart [neither living together nor connected] divorced means offcial ending of marriage by the court of law
A dowry is money or property that a woman brings to a marriage. Alimony is support paid to a woman after a divorce. Neither would apply to a widow, but she would likely be the legal beneficiary of most of his property after death.
Neither. It was created by God.
No. Neither North nor South Korea has legalized same-sex marriage.
Neither can be separated or distinguished from one another.
No, the Constitution of the United States does not ban same-sex marriage, neither explicitly nor implicitly.
For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven. Matthew 22:30
The mother of your uncle (by marriage) is not related to you. Neither are any of her other descendants or relations.
No, no marriage and no children. He had only two serious relationships with women, neither ended in marriage.
The term a "Texas divorce" means no-fault divorce. Which means neither party is responsible for the divorce, so no party is responsible for paying alimony.
He was married twice; neither marriage yielded children.
Neither my mother nor my father came to the school to collect me. Its called a compound sentence with a compound subject