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    Alimony is essential in most circumstances when a marriage is over between two individuals. The perseverance of alimony is to avoid confrontation between an ex-married couples when the marriage is over. Generally, when alimony is filed one of the separated spouses is seeking for help because he or she is not receiving finical help from their ex-spouse during and after the divorce. Usually, when an ex-spouse chooses not to take on their responsibilities, he or she once shared, either of the separated

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    Even though we have laws that help people get back on their feet, we need to change our laws so we eliminate lifetime alimony or a reduction of time for the financial help of ex-spouses. Without guidelines it authorizes lifetime dependence and also treats women as if they are the weaker sex. Spousal support is often the largest financial obligation that incurs as part of a divorce. Not even bankruptcy will help you avoid spousal support. When it comes to marriage a lot of people don’t understand

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    Family Law Case Study

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    your spouse worked or vice versa, or maybe you moved for the sake of your spouse’s job. No matter what the case may be, three questions almost always arise when you end a marriage of 20 years or more: (1) will I receive spousal support or alimony; (2) how much alimony will I receive; and (3) how long will I receive it for. As with most family law issues—especially ones dealing with spousal support—the above questions will be decided on a case-by-case basis. However, in Virginia, a court will look at

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    Pretrial Brief

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    subject presented on this brief is the appropriate legal and fair adjudication of the contested issues for equitable distribution, alimony, and counsel fees in addition to the affirmation of the Plaintiff’s ability to be gainfully employed and capacity to contribute to her own support. 2. Plaintiff is requesting an equitable distribution award of $140,000, permanent alimony in the amount of $350 per week, and payments of her counsel fees (Exhibit A). Defendant believes these requests are exorbitant

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    emotionally and financially. Not only will you have to deal with the death of your marriage, but there are also financial and child related issues to complicate the situation. You will have to deal with issues related to child custody, child support, alimony, property division, and division of debt. In Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington, and... ... middle of paper ... ...ituation will make the situation harder to understand and weaken the relationship between

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    “Individuals who make the decision to divorce need to be well informed about its potential costs to themselves, their partners, and their children. When spouses are preoccupied with own immediate frustrations and disappointment, family experts have a responsibility to remind them of the long-term investment they have in each other and in their children.” —Drs. Linda J. Waite & Maggie Gallagher, a noted marriage researcher According to Time Magazine over one million children each year suffer from

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    Divorce There is more to a divorce than a claim of falling out of love, there are many contributing factors to the end of a marriage. Contributing factors are infidelity, constant arguing, money issues, lack of communication, lifestyle changes, unrealistic expectations, lack of equality, not being prepared for marriage, or abuse. Falling out of love is an excuse that many use, however it is rarely true. Infidelity is one of the most difficult things to forgive. It takes trust away from the relationship

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    Angela Kortz, Payton Martin, Justin Wright Professor Frolick Speech 1318 November 7, 2017 Divorce and Everyday Life For better or for worse, divorce is an emotionally daunting subject that has become more prevalent in recent years. It would almost appear as though everyone you know has either experienced it as a child or have been through a divorce themselves. Despite divorce being so well known as a concept, many of the repercussions of going through one aren’t as well known. This paper will discuss

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    As a child, did you grow up wishing to one day marry your true love and spend the rest of your life with them? Well many millennials did not and because of this, marriage rates worldwide have decreased significantly. The reasons that millennials are choosing not to get married vary from person to person. However, the widely acceptance of cohabitation and divorce rates are obvious causes for the drastic decline. In addition, a more probable and unnoticed cause is the fear of commitment. In todays

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    Divorce- Can You Have a Good One?

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    Divorce is the legal and final dissolution of a marriage. This usually happens when people grow apart, feeling unloved and unappreciated, and troubles with finances. Divorce is an acceptable thing because there is no reason to stay in an unhappy marriage, you can always re marry, and get yourself out of an abusive relationship. The first reason that divorce is a good thing is because no one should live in an unhappy marriage. Ellen, Times Staff writer said researchers studied a group of couples that

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