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Maryland Estate Planning & Probate Attorney > Maryland Family Law FAQs > Can alimony be modified or terminated in Maryland?

Can alimony be modified or terminated in Maryland?

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Yes, alimony can be modified or terminated in Maryland as long as the parties haven’t agreed to otherwise. As far as termination, that occurs when a party dies or the recipient party remarries. Modification can occur if there is material change in circumstances, such as the payee spouse’s income dramatically increases or decreases. Otherwise, alimony will remain the same and terminate as indicated by the parties or by court order.

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