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How to avoid alimony a survival kit for husbands by John S. Rodell

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Published by Stein and Day in New York .
Written in English

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  • United States.

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  • Alimony -- United States

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Statementby John S. Rodell
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LC ClassificationsKF537 .Z9R6
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p.
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5216663M
ISBN 100812812522
LC Control Number75087949
OCLC/WorldCa51518

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Ways to Reduce of Avoid Alimony. Alimony laws were created to provide safety news to the spouses with lower incomes. However, almost all states have built-in protections for the other spouse as well. Here are some ways that you may be able to avoid or reduce future alimony payments. Look .   How to Avoid Paying Alimony to a Cheating Spouse. Depending on your state, adultery can completely bar your spouse from receiving alimony. In other states, however, adultery won't prevent your spouse from getting alimony. Instead, the 82%(34).   If you fail to comply with a court-issued alimony order, the payor who failed to make good on his or her promise to pay spousal support could be charged with contempt of court. Here is one way a person can avoid paying alimony by way of a prenuptial agreement. This contract between spouses deals with financial issues in the marriage, and you.   But if the circumstances of your marriage and divorce fall within certain parameters, you probably won’t be able to avoid paying alimony. You Earn Less Than Your Spouse Courts typically base alimony awards on two important, interconnecting factors – the income of the spouse asking for it and the income of the spouse who will pay it.