In Re Marriage of Rosplock v. Rosplock


217 Wis. 2d 22, 577 N.W.2d 32 (WI Ct. App., 1998)


1) Where parties’ stipulation sets out that maintenance is to be determined by wife’s schedule C income, court cannot rewrite a clear and unambiguous contract. (2) Husband had burden to show the purposes of limited term maintenance had been satisfied. (3) Wife’s attaining additional and steady employment is consistent with goals of limited term maintenance and do not entitle husband to a decrease, even with her additional income. (4) A substantial change in circumstances should be such that it would be unjust or inequitable to strictly hold either party to the judgment.

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