Termination or downward modification of former husband’s maintenance obligation to wife was not warranted, even though his loss of job through no fault of his own was a change in circumstances under the parties’ judgment of divorce, where former husband’s financial condition was created by his voluntary decision to decline another job offer, and there was no indication that he had engaged in good faith efforts to further obtain employment commensurate with his qualifications and experience.
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