Category Archives : Alimony

  • How Long Will You Have to Pay Alimony?

    Posted on September 1, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    Alimony is a complicated matter, and some people might be ordered to pay alimony for years or even for a spouse’s lifetime. Seek help from an Aurora alimony attorney right away if you have a divorce case.  Many divorce cases focus on whether or not one spouse needs alimony to support themselves once they lose their spouse’s financial support. However, what about the spouse who is ordered to pay alimony? Their financial situation and futu...

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  • Will You Need to Pay Alimony After Your Divorce?

    Posted on July 26, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    Learning if you are required to pay alimony can be confusing and challenging. There are many complex factors that determine if you will be required to pay alimony after your divorce. Additionally, there are different time frames surrounding how long you will be required to pay.  Divorce is an unfortunate part of life for many couples in the United States. It is estimated that there are 2.7 divorces per 1000 people, according to CDC statistic...

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  • How Do You Know if You Will Receive Alimony?

    Posted on June 29, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    Financial concerns during and after a divorce are common. For example, you might be wondering if you will receive alimony in your divorce case. Since courts have guidelines and not mandates, it's critical to work with an attorney to ensure you get what you deserve. Divorces are often complex, with many decisions that need to be made. Assets must be separated, and child support will need to be calculated if the couple has children. While child...

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  • Factors Considered in Alimony Decisions

    Posted on May 24, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    Divorce changes nearly everything, and your finances are no exception. For some couples, divorce involves paying alimony to their ex-spouse. If you think you are owed alimony or shouldn't have to pay it, speak with an experienced alimony attorney as soon as possible. Alimony, which is also called spousal maintenance in Colorado, involves payments that a higher-earning spouse makes to the other spouse during a separation or following a divorce...

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