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What is considered when a court evaluates an alimony request?

Posted On August 30, 2018 In Alimony

There are many factors that Arizona courts evaluate when determining alimony, also known as spousal support or maintenance. In particular, courts look at the finances of the parties to decide if one will be financially disadvantaged by the divorce.

What should I know about calculating spousal maintenance?

Posted On August 3, 2018 In Alimony

For Arizona couples who have decided to end a marriage, both parties will have concerns about various issues after the divorce. One factor that frequently arises is spousal maintenance. Understanding what factors are involved when spousal maintenance will be ordered, how much it will be and how long it will last are essential to a case and can impact everyone involved.

Keeping records is a good way to stay ahead of alimony problems

Posted On July 20, 2018 In Alimony

Keeping track of how a person spends and earns money is a common practice in Arizona. While once upon a time Phoenix residents maintained checkbook ledgers to track their earnings and expenditures, now most people log into their financial institutions’ websites to follow the trends of their money.

Can an alimony award be changed after a divorce is finalized?

Posted On June 27, 2018 In Alimony

Alimony, also referred to as spousal support, is financial assistance paid from one individual to another. The two relevant individuals were once married and upon their divorce a court of competent jurisdiction provided them an order stating that the payer is obligated to provide certain amounts of money to the recipient for a certain amount of time.