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Ex-spouse support could change under proposed bill

ST. PAUL -- A person's financial support to a former spouse could be ended or changed when the ex moves on to another significant other under a bill Minnesota lawmakers are considering.The bill from Rep. Peggy Scott, R-Andover, would add a provis...

ST. PAUL - A person’s financial support to a former spouse could be ended or changed when the ex moves on to another significant other under a bill Minnesota lawmakers are considering.
The bill from Rep. Peggy Scott, R-Andover, would add a provision to make the changes when the person receiving the support begins living with another person.
The person paying support would need to provide proof of the co-habitation to a court.

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