About Alimony in a Divorce
Alimony is support paid from one spouse to the other, either in one lump sum or in installments.
Alimony can be permanent or temporary and is designed to provide the lower-income spouse with money for living expenses that were customary during the marriage.
Not every divorce requires alimony. The length of the marriage, needs of one spouse and ability of the other spouse to pay are key factors.
However, there are many statutory factors to be considered and one should consult with a lawyer to fully understand the different types of alimony and whether they are applicable to your situation.
If you should have questions about alimony, we are here to discuss your alimony questions with you.
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