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25-318.02 - Convicted spouse; award of community property; definition
25-318.02. Convicted spouse; award of community property; definition
A. In an action described in section 25-318, subsection A, the court shall not award any community property to a convicted spouse.
B. If one spouse is required to make ongoing installment payments to a convicted spouse pursuant to a division of property as described in section 25-318 and the convicted spouse's conviction occurs after the order to make the installment payments, the spouse making the installment payments may petition the court for a modification of that ongoing payment.
C. For the purposes of this section, "convicted spouse" means a person who is convicted of an offense and who is sentenced to at least eighty years in prison or to life in prison, with or without the possibility of parole.