Alimony payments are possible in some divorces

| Jan 4, 2017 | Divorce |

When you are getting a divorce, there are many different things that you must think about. If you have been financially supported by your husband or wife during your marriage, you have to think about how you are going to support yourself after the divorce. One possibility is to seek alimony so that you can have some income coming in at least until you can get on your feet.

We know that you probably don’t want to think about continuing to rely on your ex for support after your divorce. In some cases, this is actually the best option that you have when you are going through a divorce.

There are several different points that you have to consider about alimony when you are divorcing. One is that there are different types of alimony that you might end up receiving. In some instances, you will be able to get monthly checks; however, it is also possible to get a lump sum payment.

If you are seeking alimony payments in connection with your divorce, you should learn about how each option will affect you. This can involve thinking about tax implications, income and health insurance coverage. You may need to take the time to write everything out so that you have a clear picture of how the alimony you are seeking might benefit you.

We know that this is a lot to consider when you are already dealing with so many other aspects of the divorce. We can help you to work through each point so that you can determine what you want to seek.

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