After the Child Custody, spousal support (alimony) is the most argumentative and challenging-to-navigate procedure in every divorce.
In the middle of a divorce process, you may be thinking about the issue of alimony payments. Spousal Support or alimony is to assist a party to acquire skills or necessary training to obtain a job to become self-sufficient and you maintain the Status Quo. (See In re Marriage of Schulze (1997) 60 Cal.App.4th 519 at p. 525; In re Marriage of Schulze (1997) 60 Cal.App.4th 519 at p. 522; and In re Marriage of Burlini (1983) 234 Cal.App.3d 65 at p. 69.). If the divorce goes through litigation, spousal support can be awarded in Court. Both you and your ex-partner can negotiate these payments with the respective lawyers, which can assist you in ensuring fairer results.
In this post, you will get helpful information regarding negotiating alimony settlements during the process of divorce.