Suppose your spouse was the main breadwinner in your family. In that case, you might believe you deserve to receive alimony, or spousal support, once your marriage ends. Although that
Is it time to change the alimony agreement?
Change is one of the few constants in life. Sometimes it is a slow shift over time, at others will be caused by a life-changing event like divorce. Those going
Modifying an alimony obligation
People in Nashville often have many misconceptions about alimony, with many thinking that it is simply a way to punish a spouse financially by forcing them to pay their ex’s
How long does alimony last?
If a judge in Tennessee orders alimony payments, you may wonder how long they will last. There are some general rules about the length of payments but there are also
Tennessee’s factors in determining alimony
As you enter into divorce proceedings in Nashville, you may be expecting to be awarded alimony (especially if you out your career ambitions on hold to see to the domestic
Showing your ex-spouse is in a supportive relationship
Alimony may often be seen by many in Nashville as a form of financial punishment levied against the party in a divorce that makes the most the money. In reality,
My financial situation changed. What about alimony now?
Tennessee couples who have gone through a divorce will also likely have to deal with alimony payments. However, these payments may be modified in some cases to better reflect your
An overview of 2019’s new alimony taxes
You may have already heard about the new alimony tax structure on the federal level. Federal taxes have the potential to make a major impact on your finances after divorce.
Is alimony an outdated concept?
Alimony, or spousal support, is one of the most common terms spoken about during a divorce, next to child custody and property division. However, the subject of spousal support tends
What are the different types of alimony in Tennessee?
One of your first thoughts after separating from your spouse in Nashville is whether or not you may be entitled to alimony. If they were the primary wage-earner in your