Alimony, or spousal support, is a difficult and often highly contested part of any divorce proceedings. There are numerous ways spousal support is determined, and numerous structures of the payment of such support. Alimony may terminate at a certain date, allowing the party who receives the support time to go through job training or gather skills necessary to support themselves. However, alimony orders may simply be revisited in the courts to determine if anything has changed from the time the order was made.
Not all divorce settlements include alimony, but if it is a factor, you need to have a experienced and professional representative on your side. Contact Tad Morlan to get a Free NO obligation evaluation.
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