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palimony

(ˈpæləmoni)
n. alimony—living expenses—paid to a common-law wife or to a former girlfriend. He left her, and she took him to court to try to get him to pay palimony.
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Chingara, the narrator of Killing Time with Strangers, serves as a humorous spiritual guide for his protagonist, Palimony Larue.
The claim came from former partner Angela McAfee, who is suing the blind Motown star for pounds 21m in palimony after their five-year relationship finally ended.
The next three chapters examine substantive areas of family law on marriage, property, and reproduction, further subdivided into topics such as common law marriage and interspousal immunity within marital law; community property and palimony suits within property law; and abortion and marital rape within reproductive law.
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Melbourne, April 27 ( ANI ): British actress Parminder Nagra, who shot to fame in 2002's Bend it like Beckham, has settled a palimony lawsuit after her former husband claimed a share of her earnings.
When the two broke up in 1982, Thorson filed a $113 million palimony suit against the singer, alleging Liberace hadn't lived up to his promises to take care of him.
Estate of Shapiro: In Estate of Shapiro,(7) the Ninth Circuit reversed and remanded a case back to the district court to determine the value of a palimony claim as of the date of the decedent's death.
District Court for the District of Nevada, saying a palimony claim could be a valid deduction from a taxable estate and that the district court had misconstrued Nevada law regarding contracts between cohabitating individuals.
where she escaped out of cell service to have endless sex with my friend and ignore the palimony battle that had recently been launched by her live-in ex of over 10 years.