Alimony and Support
Answers to your questions
- What is alimony? When and how is it paid?
- Who has a claim to receive postseparation support and alimony? Who is the dependent spouse?
- How Much Alimony Will I Get?
- What is marital fault and how does it apply to an alimony claim?
- What is illicit sexual behavior?
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- A Divorcee’s Guide to Alimony
- Your Guide to Alimony
- Alimony in North Carolina
- How Do I Get Attorney’s Fees from My Spouse?
- I Want to Pay Less to My Spouse in Alimony
- Sex after Separation
- Family Law Disputes & Expert Witnesses
- What is Contempt?
- Insurance Coverage for Former Spouses
- Spousal Spying: The Legal Ramifications
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VideosMore videos »
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- Dividing Your Property – the House and Everything
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- The Alimony Secrets Video Seminar
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- What Everybody Ought to Know About Divorce
- Absolute Divorce Mysteries Revealed
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- North Carolina Divorce Site Overview
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StatutesMore statutes »
- §50-16.10. Alimony without action
- §50-16.1A. Definitions
- §50-16.2A. Postseparation support
- §50-16.3A. Alimony (16 factors )
- §50-16.4. Counsel fees in actions for alimony, postseparation support
- §50-16.6. When alimony, postseparation support, counsel fees not payable
- §50-16.7. How alimony and postseparation support paid; enforcement of decree
- §50-16.8. Procedure in actions for postseparation support