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Alimony

Things you should know about alimony

When a couple in Rhode Island goes through a divorce, one spouse may experience a drastic financial setback. For example, a stay-at-home parent may be unprepared to suddenly lose the financial support of the working spouse. In situations like this, the issue of...

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Facts about palimony in Rhode Island

Many people are familiar with alimony, but do you know what palimony is? Palimony is often misunderstood, and it's often confused with alimony. If your relationship with your partner is ending and one partner requires financial assistance, you'll want to know whether...

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Are alimony payments tax deductible?

Alimony payments are legal agreements between former spouses or still married spouses undergoing a long separation. When a couple divorces in Rhode Island, the spouse with a lesser income commonly receives these support payments. How alimony is determined Many...

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Marital fault and alimony

Many Rhode Island marriages end because of misconduct such as domestic violence, abandonment, substance abuse, or adultery. One question that many people have is if they are still obligated to pay alimony to their ex-spouses when the latter were at fault. Another...

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