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- Can I Get Alimony After My Divorce is Final?
Sometimes, after a divorce has been finalized and a court has issued its final judgment or decree declaring the marriage severed, one of the spouses finds that they need spousal support. Perhaps the divorce was entered into too hastily or while the spouse was under duress, perhaps the circumstances have changed for the spouse. Whatever the case, in some instances it is necessary to re-open the question of alimony after the divorce has been finalized.
- US Divorce Law and Statistics
It is an unfortunate reality of our modern culture that divorce is common and widespread. If you are going through a divorce, much of the terminology and general process of divorce can be confusing and intimidating. Understanding the fundamental concepts of the American divorce system can help you in navigating through the process of divorce or legal separation.
- Factors Affecting Alimony in New Jersey
In New Jersey a spouse may obtain alimony from their former spouse. Alimony is designed to keep a spouse in a living condition comparable to that which they experienced while married.
- Ensuring Your Children Receive the Child Support They Deserve in New Jersey
When one parent acts as the primary guardian for a child, the other parent is generally required to contribute to the financial needs of that child. Generally, in New Jersey, the amount of child support one parent pays another is based on the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines. These Guidelines are found in Appendix IX of the New Jersey Court Rules.
- 10 Questions to Ask your Divorce Lawyer in Georgia: Part 2
A divorce is a delicate matter that should be handled by both experienced and helpful divorce lawyer. Ask the right questions to find the attorney that best fits your needs!
- Q&A to Signing a Prenuptial Agreement in Georgia
Signing a prenuptial agreement in Georgia is a major decision. Always make an informed decision whether or not you decide to sign an agreement.
- Vacation Homes Can Spell Trouble in High-Asset Divorces
Vacation homes often spell trouble in divorces because they are generally high-value properties. Failure to come to an out-of-court agreement on the vacation home can result in the court stepping in and making the decision for you.
- Explaining the Difference in Alimony & Child Support
Alimony, or "spousal support" is often confused with child support. Although both forms of payment are the result of a divorce, the two concepts are very different from one another.
- How to Fill Out a Family Law Financial Affidavit in Florida
In concept, a financial affidavit is a simple document. It is a sworn statement of your income, expenses, assets, and liabilities. The form for the affidavit is prescribed by the Florida Supreme Court. Both parties must file and serve a financial affidavit in a divorce case. Let me give you some ideas about what different expense might seem appropriate and then I'll tell you why each of them is defective:
- All About Alimony
Payments can be made to a spouse deemed as dependent if the court finds that they are financially reliant on their other spouse. Alimony can come with other names. It is known as spousal support or maintenance depending on the state. Regardless of what it is called, it seeks to gain the same goal: provide a dependent spouse with financial compensation.