Husband Ordered to Continue Paying Temporary Alimony Despite Wife’s Disappearance

Colorado Husband and Wife are in the process of divorcing.

Husband is required to pay Wife alimony or spousal support of $2,500 per month.

Wife disappears while walking her dog a couple of months ago.

Police suspect foul play in Wife’s disappearance, but don’t appear to have any solid leads.

Authorities have impounded Husband’s girlfriend’s automobile though.

Husband apparently seeks to modify temporary spousal support.

A Colorado family court judge, however, orders Husband to continue to pay the previously ordered alimony.

Read more in this [Denver] ABC 7 News article: Missing Woman’s Husband Must Keep Paying Alimony.