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Cohabitation clauses are not ’self-executing’ (access required)

Clauses that terminate spousal support when the supported spouse moves in with a partner are common in property settlement agreements. But such cohabitation clauses are not necessarily “self-executing,” as the Court of Appeals ruled last week in Stroud v. Stroud. The PSA between Joseph and Debra Stroud said the wife’s spousal support would end upon death, her ...

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