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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Simmons v. Simmons

... A central part of the parties' agreement required Rubin to give Essie one-third of his Social Security benefits if he began receiving them at age 62 or one-half of those benefits if he began receiving them at age 65. The Social ...

Serowski v. Serowski

... Wife's testimony revealed her expenses totaled $1,888.85, indicating a decrease by $636.15. Since the time of the divorce, Husband's income had increased by $2,657.42 and Wife's income had increased by $929.50, as a result of her social security and annuity benefits. ...

DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES v. MRCL

... [4] Although Father paid some child support from his Social Security disability benefits, Mother, a homemaker, paid nothing. ... [5] An unspecified amount of Father's Social Security disability benefits went to support Child. When Mother last worked in April 2004, she held three jobs. ...