Q: Getting Divorced. Previous to my marriage of 23 years I was in a car accident, TBI . Husband was fully aware of my situation before marriage.
Q: Says he does not have to pay spousal support even though it's in our divorce agreement. Is he in contempt of court?
Q: My husband works part time by choice the rest of the year gets unemployment would I be required to give him spousal support right now I'm keeping a roof over the heads of our entire family while he doesn't do anything
Q: We were married for 28 yrs he makes $85,000 and I now make $38,000, but I did not work until about 6 yrs ago and have not made that much each yr
Q: He won't pay the rest of his arrears or monthly payments. He gave me half of his arrears 4,000 and said that should be enough for now. But he left me pregnant 2 half years ago and never paid till now. He needs to pay off the rest of his arrears and start paying monthly.
Q: If I make 200,000 a year. It's a percentage of whatever I make period or is there a max income amount?
Q: Home was recently sold at Sheriff's Sale. I could no longer afford it and my expenses (including substantial medical expenses due to a debilitating disease diagnosed ten years ago) have increased quite a bit. I don't have funds for a rental. Is this considered a change of circumstances for consideration for an increase in alimony? Divorced 25 years ago - there has been no change in alimony.
A: David's Answer: If you were divorced 25 years ago, then the question becomes how long the alimony was ordered for (in terms of duration)? if it terminated many years ago, then it would be extremely hard to justify a resumption of the alimony at this point. Moreover, one would need to know more about your finances & ability to become self-supporting. Schedule a consult with a Westchester Alimony attorney for a full assessment.