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How Will My Spouse's Adultery Affect Alimony?

It goes without saying that adultery can have a lasting impact on the lives of the cheater as well as the person being cheated on. One of the issues that our law firm has dealt with on numerous ...
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DO I STILL HAVE TO PAY ALIMONY IF MY EX-SPOUSE REMARRIES OR IS NOW LIVING WITH SOMEONE ELSE?

For those who are required to pay alimony to an ex-spouse after divorce, the question arises of whether that spouse must continue to pay if their ex-spouse has remarried or is cohabitating with ...
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HOW IS ALIMONY CALCULATED?

In preparing to file for divorce, many spouses consider making a request for alimony and question how it is calculated under Georgia law. The controlling factors in determining the amount of alimony ...
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MY SPOUSE CHEATED ON ME. IS HE/SHE STILL ENTITLED TO ALIMONY?

As one of the leading causes of divorce, infidelity can be devastating to a marriage. Spouses who have been betrayed by a cheating spouse often feel overwhelmed when considering filing for divorce. ...
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MY SPOUSE CHEATED ON ME. DOES THAT MEAN HE/SHE HAS TO PAY ME ALIMONY AFTER DIVORCE?

Alimony is defined as the financial support of one party by the other while the parties are living separately, and many potential clients wonder whether they're entitled to receive it due to their ...
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How Long Does Alimony Last In Georgia?

Alimony is the right of one spouse to receive money from the other spouse during a divorce action and after it has concluded. Alimony can be awarded by the court on a temporary or permanent basis and ...
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