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By: Spousal Support  09-12-2011

Combined Chart (Abbreviated Case Summaries)


Expenses-at-a-Glance
Expense
Type
Case
ID
Case
Name
Allowed Amt.
Claimd
Amt.
Permittd
Payor
Pays
Custody
Type
Payor Gross
Income
Recipient
Gross
#
Claimd
#
Permittd
Histor
ical
Extraor
dinary
Neces
sary
Reaso
nable
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