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Alimony Tag

A lot can change in a year that may ultimately affect how you do your taxes. From buying a new house to having a new baby, there are many new things that can come into your life or happen to you in a matter of...

No one foresees a divorce when tying the knot, but for most, it is the only means to an end of a problem that is irreparable. Similarly to a wedding, divorces are time-consuming, costly, frustrating, and challenging for everyone involved. Instead of bringing two people...

Alimony is a legal obligation to provide financial support to one’s spouse before or after marital separation or divorce. Traditionally, the husband was responsible for paying alimony to a separated or former wife but since the 1970s, thanks to gender equality movements and now to...

Divorce is never an easy process. If you have been married for a long time, the decision to divorce can be a costly one in terms of finances, the amount of time consumed, as well as the emotional challenges that must be faced. When it...

Divorce has been a common occurrence in the American culture for many years. Even though many people get divorced in the state of Florida every year, there are still many misconceptions about what happens after a divorce. One of the most misunderstood aspects of divorce...

An alimony decision can be great or frustrating depending on what side of the decision you’re on. For many people, alimony often seems like a permanent ruling that will hang over their head for the rest of their lives. However, this is untrue, as there...

If you have been married for a significant length of time to someone from whom you are now divorced, there is a chance that you are still eligible for survivor’s Social Security benefits upon your ex-spouse’s death. Divorce laws in the state of Florida can...

For those of you who do not know, a financial affidavit is a formal document where in which you disclose financial investments, prior to a divorce proceeding. Often, this legal form is required during divorce litigation. When filling out the affidavit, you are also required...

Gender roles often make people think that certain options are not available to them, particularly when it comes to family law. Questions regarding alimony, child support and more are often looked at from a very outdated point of view, which causes frustration and confusion for...