Different Types of Alimony or Spousal Support

There are several types of spousal support or alimony arrangements. Each arrangement is based on the varying circumstances and needs of the individual.

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In general, alimony is only modifiable based on a change in circumstances and these facts must be brought to the attention of the Court. In many cases a couple's pre-nuptial agreement or separation agreement may specify limited circumstances for modifying alimony and what steps must be taken for that to happen. You may need an alimony lawyer to effect these changes.


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