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Divorce Find Weblog - our divorce blog began on January 3rd, 2006 and is updated daily with new posts from our team of editors and other contributing divorce professionals. Each post will address unique divorce issues in several categories like child custody, visitation, support, property division, and alimony.Recognition of New Spouse's Income
Income and assets of a new spouse can be used to pay alimony to a former spouse if that spouse wishes to do so. The court does not evaluate what another spouse is worth when determining or modifying alimony.
The court will examine the reason for the ex-spouse not paying and at that point advise on a resolution. If the court feels as though the ex-spouse is not paying, because he or she is being supported financially by the current spouse, then the court will certainly not let the ex-spouse off the hook due to not having a job. Permanent alimony is a court ordered responsibility and unless modified through the court system, that payment is required by law. The court will never transfer this responsibility of alimony to a current or new spouse.
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