Florida has no fault divorce. Infidelity is not an issue.
if i am paying alimony in florida and move to new jersey can i stop paying alimony to my ex wife
Yes, once the wife is legally divorced she can date or live with whomever she wants and still collect alimony if that was the agreement in the divorce settlement.
the man has to pay the wife alimony :)
Alimony and Spousal Support are the same thing. If you're awarded custody of the children, you'll receive child support. But alimony has nothing to do with whether or not you have children.
Most likely, yes. Alimony can be terminated automatically by certain conditions such as when the person receiving spousal support: * dies * remarries * cohabitates (moves in with a lover) * becomes self supporting
For how long does a husband have to pay alimony to his ex-wife in New York Satate?
He will have to pay his wife alimony till the day she gets married for the second time.
Yes, it is possible for her to get alimony still. It will depend upon her ex-husband's salary and how much disability she gets.
That's interpreted by the court.
If a husband files for divorce he can specify that no alimony be paid. If a wife files, she can ask for alimony, but usually it's because she has no income or a very low amount of salary. The wife can ask for whatever amount she wants but the husband can file a paper showing that he can't afford that amount. The judge can decide how much it will be. Usually it's less than half of whatever the spouse earns. Many women don't ask for alimony. In most divorces women don't pay alimony to men. If you have a rich wife you could get it. If the woman (or man) receives alimony and gets married - the alimony stops. If the person who pays alimony gets married they still have to pay it.
The only way a wife can pay alimony is if she is rich, like those millionaire, or politics, but normally she don't.
i ben paying since 2007 alimony to my ex wife how i can check how much lift
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Take it to a lawyer and make her pay alimony.
That is dependent of circumstances, length of marriage, and the judge.
No, you would not be responsible for your husband's alimony payments to his ex-wife if he can't pay. Your income is not considered a factor in payments. Depending on the agreement, your husband may modify the alimony payments in court if he can show proof he is unable to pay.
Depends on where you live, but usually half your stuff, and alimony and all that, same thing as the first wife.
* In some cases yes she can get alimony and often will be able to keep the house as well as receive child support. Any man who leaves his wife and children without proper support isn't much of a man.
In my experience, as both a husband and a wife, 100%
That would depend on the state laws and the judge.