How is Alimony or Spousal Support Calculated?

Overview provided by divorce attorney Meredith Weiner on how alimony is calculated. Typically courts will consider whether the person who is paying can afford to pay and whether the recipient has a need for the money. Factors include length of marriage, income, work history and more.


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