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Alimony Resources

Modifying Parenting Time & Alimony

Mar 27, 2024

Modifications to divorce decrees may be difficult, and having an experienced attorney on your side is almost a necessity.

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Collecting Overdue Alimony From Your Ex-Spouse in Texas

Mar 18, 2024

Some individuals need financial help following a divorce. Courts may order one party to pay the other spousal maintenance, or a divorci...

How To Make A Marital Property Agreement (And Enforce It!)

Mar 11, 2024

The last thing two people madly in love, actively planning for a future together want to do is give plausibility to the idea of a futur...

Obtaining Temporary Orders for Your Texas Divorce

Feb 23, 2024

Family law cases take time to sort out. This goes especially for ending a marriage. The average Texas divorce takes six months to a yea...

Dating While You’re Separated

Aug 14, 2023

For some people getting divorced, the idea of finding someone new is the furthest thing from their minds. For others, divorce is actual...

Your Roadmap through the Family Law Appeals Process

Jul 31, 2023

Is there a feeling more nerve-wracking than the one you get waiting for a family court judge to issue a decision? After all, these ruli...

Three Ways to Decrease Your Alimony Payments

Jul 10, 2023

One of your priorities as a parent is supporting your children, both financially and emotionally. However, your financial circumstances...

How Long Do I Get Alimony in Colorado?

May 4, 2023

Alimony, often called spousal maintenance or spousal support in Colorado, refers to periodic payments made by a higher-earning spouse t...

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Colorado Alimony

Apr 26, 2023

In Colorado, spousal maintenance, also known as “alimony,” is often awarded to one spouse after divorce. Most people know t...

The Coloradan’s Guide to Avoid Paying Alimony

Apr 20, 2023

Let’s be honest, few people who are getting a divorce want to financially support their ex-spouse in the future. In Colorado, though, m...