Budgeting Money Before, During & After Divorce


A divorce can destroy an individual’s finances for years to come. The average cost of a divorce ranges anywhere from $4,000 to $15,000 or more. On top of that, it’s likely you’ll be left paying child support or spousal support, which can rapidly drain your savings. With so much at


Is It Possible To Vacate Alimony?

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Question: I have been divorced for nearly 40 years. About nine years ago I quit paying alimony because my financial status changed. My wife is also much better off financially than me. Would I be able to have the alimony vacated? What about the previous nine years?


Men’s Divorce Podcast: Alimony

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Each month, Dads Divorce sponsor Cordell & Cordell produces the Men’s Divorce Podcast, which features interviews with authors, politicians and other divorce professionals on issues fathers frequently face during the divorce process.


DadsDivorce Live: The Alimony Recapture Rule

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Paying alimony is a big enough hassle already, but imagine getting an unfriendly letter from the IRS forcing you into an audit and assessing taxes for three years of income you previously deducted. That’s what can happen under the alimony recapture rule. 


Is She Entitled To Alimony?


Question: My wife had an affair that eventually led to divorce. She does not work by choice but is fully capable of holding a job. Will I be required to pay her alimony since I was not at fault for causing our marriage to dissolve?