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James D. Madden & Aruna P. Rodrigo, Family Law Attorneys

Recent Posts in Alimony Category

07.05.2016
Dealing with Non-Compliance in Divorce Cases

During the divorce process, there are certain steps that need to be taken before the divorce can be finalized, and the couple are no longer considered spouses. At the end of it all, the couples will have a finalized divorce agreement by which they ...

05.25.2016
Are Support Payments Tax Deductible?

It is a very common question we receive: “Are support payments tax deductible? How do support payments affect my taxes?” The simplest possible answer we can give is, alimony is tax deductible, but child support is not. Distinguishing and ...

04.29.2016
How a Vocational Expert Can Help the Divorce Process

Divorce can be an overwhelming process and if your ex is unwilling to cooperate, it can be equally difficult. In many circumstances, one spouse will decide to stay at home to care for the family, while the other goes to work to support the family ...

03.17.2016
How Long Do I Have to Pay Alimony?

Alimony payments and terms differ with each couple. There is no singular answer that can be applied universally. However, different factors affect how much and how long an individual must pay spousal support. The primary distinction about how long a ...

03.04.2016
Top 5 Factors the Judge Considers When Determining Alimony

Alimony is an aspect of divorce not many like thinking about. Also known as spousal support, it is money one spouse pays to the other for a certain period, to help the other continue with the standard of life they are used to. Individuals pay alimony ...

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