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Alimony

Alimony Basics in Maryland

If you're going through a divorce in Maryland, you may benefit from learning more about the basics of alimony, or spousal support. Alimony is defined as periodic payments from a former spouse to another for assistance with adjustments to their new living situation....

What you need to know if you want to deduct alimony

Individuals who had their divorce finalized in 2018 or before can typically deduct their alimony when it comes time to file their taxes in Maryland. However, there are certain rules that they need to meet in order to do so. This is what you need to know if you want to...

Non-working spouses have options during and after divorce

One of the biggest considerations one has before, during and after a divorce is finances. For spouses where both work, finances may be a bit easier. But, for spouses who do not work, they may not think they have options, especially when the other spouse, the...

Dealing with alimony as an important issue in your divorce case

When couples in Maryland get divorced, there will be a wide variety of issues to address in the legal case. These issues can include property division, child support and child custody, among others, but perhaps no other issue can foster more resentment between the...

Women may be more likely to pay alimony in 2019

Alimony is a payment made from one ex-spouse to another following a divorce. How much you will or will not get out of alimony can be decided in a few ways, but what's interesting is that gender does not play a role. While in the past it was typically men who paid...

You may have a right to alimony: Find out more

Alimony can be a difficult topic to bring up, but if you've been a stay-at-home parent, it's one that you may need to talk about sooner rather than later. When you have put your career aside for your spouse, it's fair to ask that they compensate you as you get back...

Understanding alimony: Know what to expect

One thing that many couples don't want to talk about during a divorce is alimony. Alimony, which is also known as spousal support, is an important factor in some divorces. It is particularly common for a couple to have to discuss alimony if they have a large...

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