Top 10 DadsDivorce Articles Of 2015

2015 year in review

In 2015, DadsDivorce published 332 articles and videos devoted to helping divorced fathers. Every day throughout the year dads can expect to visit this site and find new resources, tips and advice from attorneys, divorce and financial professionals, parenting experts, other divorced fathers and more. Here is a look back

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How Do I Terminate My Alimony Payments?

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Question: I have been paying alimony for years and it is set to end at the end of the month. How can I be certain that the automated alimony debt will cease to continue? Do I need to have my order changed, or will the system automatically do this for

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What If I Was Given An Unfair Divorce Ruling?

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Question: My wife and I recently divorced and we listed irreconcilable differences as the grounds for our split. The judge awarded my wife child support, alimony and $500 monthly from my retirement account. The total amount I’m paying is much more than I can afford. I was also told that

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How Adultery Will Impact A Divorce Case

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Question: My wife and I recently separated after I confessed to an affair and she is demanding I move to another city. We have a 14-month-old daughter and I am not interested in moving away from her, but I also do not want to rock the boat further and prompt

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Does Remarriage Affect Alimony Arrears?

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Question: I pay non-modifiable alimony and owe a substantial amount in arrears. My ex-wife is remarrying and I understand that my payments will end because of that, but will her remarriage have any affect on how much is taken out of my check for the arrears?

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Could Alimony Termination Lead To More Child Support?

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Question: My ex-wife’s alimony payments are due to terminate at the end of the year. She is now seeking to increase the amount of child support she receives due to the change in income that the alimony termination presents. Since alimony paid/received is considered income, will this change in income

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