Spousal Maintenance After Remarriage
Divorce can be one of the most financially stressful events in a person’s life. After sometimes years of living and joining financial resources with another person, divorce means having to live on your own and find your own way to meet your expenses. For a spouse that has been a stay-at-home parent or has foregone […]Read More
Am I Entitled to Spousal Maintenance?
Financial issues are commonly the tipping point for many divorces. Where people have pooled their resources, after a divorce, there will be two households with two sets of bills, which clearly puts a financial strain on most budgets. When finances are an issue, spousal maintenance is usually one of the most contentious issues in a […]Read More
Will Cohabitation Wipe out Spousal Maintenance Awards Now?
On August 1, 2016, there are some seismic shifts happening in family law, especially as it relates to spousal maintenance. Spousal maintenance can be established by settlement or a court decision. And until recently it only ended three ways: An end date agreed to or decided by the court The death of either party The […]Read More
In a Divorce, Who Pays, and How Much?
To Pay or Get Paid: Support Payments in Divorce Will you pay or receive money from your ex on a monthly basis? Child support and spousal maintenance are a big deal in a divorce. Make sure yours gets handled right. A divorce proceeding can order two types of financial support: child support and spousal maintenance. […]Read More