Wife shall receive spousal maintenance in the mount of $4,000 per month beginning August 1, 2015 and ending August of 2020. Wife shall then receive spousal maintenance in the amount of $3,750 per month beginning September 1, 2020 and ending August 31, 2025. Thereafter, Wife shall receive spousal maintenance in the amount of $3,200 per month beginning September 1, 2025. Spousal maintenance shall be modifiable and shall terminate upon either parties' death or Petitioner's/Wife's remarriage pursuant to CRS 14-10-122.
Unfortunately you cannot hope for a judge to hear a motion for modification until you can show a change in your circumstances. Meaning, if or when you are forced, through no fault of your own, to accept a lower pay (e.g., because of layoffs or disability) - which, obviously, is not something anyone would wish upon himself.
I completely symphatize with you because my financial influx and obligations have been more or less the same since my divorce was final ... except that mine will end in less than two years, then will go down to simple CS for one child who will be 14 at that time. The problem is that you screwed yourself big time when you accepted those terms and now there is really nothing you can do about it short of the circumstances mentioned above.
What was the length of your marriage?
And Bart is right, if I were you I'd stop following X on FB. My X unfriended me shortly after she moved out, and that was a great thing for both of us.
But I would think that her bringing in $240k (minus what I have to send her) plus about a 10% cut in my pay this year would be enough to modify. Probably wishful thinking on my part.
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