If the proposed tax reform bill is passed, it could change alimony in a way that makes divorce significantly more expensive.
Generally, when one party requests alimony, the court will consider the need of the spouse seeking alimony and the ability of the other spouse to pay.
On the latest Men's Divorce Podcast, Cordell & Cordell CEO Scott Trout and attorneys Rachel Schmidt and Dylan Briggs discuss modifying alimony.
Unfair stereotypes prevent many men from requesting alimony even as more women are becoming primary breadwinners of their household.
Cordell & Cordell family law attorney Colby Pearce discusses some of the common factors courts use when considering whether to order alimony payments.
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- Is My Wife Eligible For Spousal Maintenance?
- Who Gets The House In An Equitable Distribution State?
- Will I Have To Pay Spousal Support Forever?
- Does Alimony End Upon Cohabitation?
- Is It Possible To Vacate Alimony?
- How Do I Get My Name Off The Mortgage After Divorce?
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