Like Nevada, New Hampshire has a quick divorce turnaround time.
While the system is equitable, permanent is not a sound way to set up alimony for couples who were only together for a few years.
I know I’m going all broken record here, but the thought of paying alimony in perpetuity stinks!
Additionally, if the spousal payee committed adultery, they are barred from alimony payments altogether. Alaska has a non-monetary contribution to the marriage where marital fault may also be considered. If your wife contributed to the marriage by raising the kids, then, maybe it’s not so good.
Texas is one of the hardest states to get alimony payments in the country. The only downside is that the Lone Star State is a community-property state. Conversely, if she cheated, the alimony gets booted.
It just means that spouses cannot receive money without genuine need.
Alimony awards ordered not to exceed the length of the marriage.But they do allow for the ordering of permanent spousal support. The Garden State probably represents a lot of disheartening news for many spouses.They’re one of the last remaining states where permanent alimony is a possibility.The delay cost litigants thousands of dollars in wasted fees. New York has not made it easy for men seeking divorce to move on with their lives.Colorado does not care if one or the other party to divorce can adequately support themselves. Does that mean you owe 120% of your income to your ex?After the 20-year mark, however, it can go on for life. Kansas says alimony can last for a maximum of 121 months after the divorce.