Alimony during Divorce Proceedings in Wisconsin
When facing a divorce ensure you get equitable alimony orders to protect your future
Since Wisconsin does not have a clear formula for alimony, it is critical you understand what the law describes as equitable. Ensure your order considers all income and expense privy to the marriage and you are getting an order that considers all circumstances, including age, health and income potential. An equitable order will ensure your future is not rife with financial burden.
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