Traducción de palimony en Español:


Pronunciación /ˈpæləˌmoʊni//ˈpalɪməni/



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    pensión alimenticia que se paga a un ex-concubino
    • At that point, the mother hired a palimony lawyer, the judge ordered DNA tests, and the results turned out to be negative.
    • She has countersued with a palimony suit, claiming Reynolds requested she ‘quit her job and move from Florida to California’ to live with him as his ‘companion and homemaker’.
    • A partner in a Boston law firm, he initially offered to pay him $72,000 palimony for 10 years, list him as the beneficiary of a $500,000 life insurance policy, and split equally the proceeds from selling their house.
    • A lawyer calls it ‘a palimony case without the sex.’
    • The way politically correct American divorce and palimony laws attack men, I wonder why ANY American male gets married or risks fatherhood.
    • If it is not a palimony claim, it is clearly an attempt to enforce a contract, the consideration for which is wifely services being rendered on the part of a mistress.
    • A long-term girlfriend lost a £3m palimony suit against him when their romance ended after almost two decades in 1993.
    • The previous holder of those titles had sued him in 1982 for palimony; the action was dismissed two years later.
    • Straight couples who cohabit only rarely get palimony judgments or court-ordered child support.