In some cases, it might be deemed necessary for one spouse to pay alimony (also known as spousal support) to the other. The exact amount, or if there's alimony at all, is determined on a case-by-case basis.
Remember, alimony isn't meant to be a punishment, but a payment to help the other spouse get on their feet. When their (or your) circumstances change, the alimony payment can change as well.
That said, having an experienced family attorney is key to making sure an alimony payment is fair and reasonable.
To figure out how alimony might affect you, read the articles on our website. Better yet, get in contact with us to schedule a consultation.
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