Alimony in Maryland: A Brief Guide

By Shawn Leamon | May 2, 2019

Alіmоnу is a periodic рауmеnt by оnе spouse tо thе оthеr, either durіng оr аftеr a dіvоrсе. In Maryland, the court mау аwаrd alimony to…

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What You Should Know About Alimony in Arizona

By Shawn Leamon | April 25, 2019

Thе lаw оn alimony іn Arizona was updated in August 2018. Althоugh thе lеgіѕlаturе dіd not make substantial сhаngеѕ tо thе statute, сеrtаіn language wаѕ…

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What You Should Know About Alimony in Iowa

By Shawn Leamon | April 18, 2019

For соuрlеѕ divorcing in Iowa, аn alimony award саn help mаіntаіn a spouse’s fіnаnсіаl ѕtаbіlіtу. It іѕ nоt uncommon fоr оnе spouse tо have a…

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Alimony in Nevada: An Overview

By Shawn Leamon | April 11, 2019

Welcome to our overview of alimony in Nevada. In this article, we will guide you through the absolute basics of what to expect if you…

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The Facts on Alimony in Louisiana

By Shawn Leamon | April 4, 2019

The definition of alimony is “a husband’s or wife’s court ordered provision for a spouse after separation or divorce.” While this definition is the same…

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Alimony in Indiana: A Quick Guide

By Shawn Leamon | March 28, 2019

In Indiana, the word “alimony” isn’t used when it comes to divorcing couples. For the purposes of this article, we may use the word “alimony”…

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Alimony in South Carolina: An Overview

By Shawn Leamon | March 21, 2019

According to, alimony is defined as “an allowance paid to a person by that person’s spouse or former spouse for maintenance, granted by a…

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Alimony in Alabama: A Quick Look

By Shawn Leamon | March 14, 2019

What Is Alimony? Alimony is money that one spouse pays to the other for support during or after a divorce. When it comes to the…

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Alimony in Colorado: What You Need to Know

By Shawn Leamon | March 7, 2019

In the legal sense, alimony is defined as a husband’s or wife’s court ordered provisions paid after a separation or divorce. You may hear it…

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What You Should Know About Alimony in Oregon

By Shawn Leamon | February 28, 2019

With the dissolution of marriage, the subject of alimony will inevitably come up. Once a marriage is over, the soon-to-be divorced couple will discuss with…

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Alimony in Texas: Your Complete Guide (Recommended)

By Shawn Leamon | February 5, 2019

Alimony laws are a complicated set of rules, which can drastically vary from state to state. In particular, Texas has very clear guidelines about the…

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Palimony 101: Support for Unmarried Cohabitants

By Shawn Leamon | January 17, 2019

The norm regarding relationships and marriage is changing in major states across the US. Some relationships, associations, and contractual situations that were considered taboo as…

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How Long Do Affairs Last?

By Shawn Leamon | January 10, 2019

Perhaps you’ve noticed your spouse acting differently of late, or maybe you have strong suspicions your spouse is cheating. Perhaps you have already confirmed this…

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Divorce Facts: What You Need to Know

By Shawn Leamon | January 3, 2019

If you are facing a divorce, chances are you are wrought with worry about how this is going to turn out. What you are feeling…

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Signs You Are Ready for a Divorce

By Shawn Leamon | December 6, 2018

The last thing a couple who is getting married thinks about is divorce. Marriage is supposed to be forever. Unfortunately, reality shows us differently. Approximately…

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Your Divorce Questions Answered

By Shawn Leamon | November 29, 2018

If you are facing a divorce or know you will be entering into one soon, you likely have many questions, concerns, and worries about how…

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Loss, Change, and the Future: The Effects of Divorce

By Shawn Leamon | November 22, 2018

People get divorced for a variety of reasons. It’s relatively easy, and there no longer is a social stigma associated with divorce. Often, there is…

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The Stages of Divorce

By Shawn Leamon | November 15, 2018

Going through a divorce is difficult, even if you are the one who initiated the proceedings. When you get married, you expect it to last.…

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