Category: Alimony

Alimony may be revised and altered by the court from time to time as circumstances may require

A court may reduce an alimony obligation when the obligor loses his or her prior W-2 employment, and thereafter makes reasonable attempts to find substitute employment

Regular savings must be considered in a determination of alimony, even when there is no need to create savings to protect the future payment of alimony

Retention of the marital lifestyle is not the sole or primary criteria in a pendente lite alimony analysis

A prospective retirement and its effect upon an existing support obligation

Trial courts are vested with broad discretion in awarding alimony

The amended alimony statute does not set a specific minimum or maximum time period for obtaining an advance ruling on a prospective retirement and its effect upon an existing support obligation

The imputation of income is an extremely fact-sensitive endeavor

Legal criteria for cohabitation

Alimony and the obligor’s retirement

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