alimony

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The means to support life
A court-enforced allowance made to a former spouse by a divorced or legally separated person
{n} a separate maintenance
– Alimony is a payment to or for a spouse or former spouse under a divorce or separation instrument It does not include voluntary payments that are not made under a divorce or separation instrument Alimony is deductible by the payer and must be included in the spouse’s or former spouse’s income Back to Top
Spousal financial support ordered by the court
a payment of support provided by one spouse to the other
court-ordered support paid by one spouse to another after they are separated
In Texas, after divorce, the court may order alimony for either spouse only if the marriage was 10 years or longer and the spouse seeking alimony meets other specific requirements
A payment made by one spouse (usually a former spouse) to the other for support It is not for support of the children, although child support and alimony can be mixed Alimony may be disbursed as a temporary permanent rehabilitative periodic or lump sum or as a combination of the two
- support paid to dependent spouse - designed to enable dependent spouse to maintain the standard of living experienced during the marriage Can be requested in a divorce action or in action for alimony without divorce, but must be requested prior to the entry of a final order of divorce
A payment made to a former spouse following divorce or a legal separation
>> Periodic payments made under a divorce decree or a written separation agreement toward the support of a former spouse Alimony may be taken as a deduction from adjusted gross income by the person who pays it, while the person who receives it must claim it as a taxable income
payments made to support a current or former spouse
The money paid by one spouse to the other in order to fulfill the financial obligation that comes with marriage
Support payable to a divorced spouse as required by a divorce decree or legal separation agreement Payments are deductible by the payor and are taxable income to the payee
Money paid, under court order, for spousal support Typically, alimony is paid to a former spouse following divorce or legal separation
An amount given to one spouse by another while they are separated or divorced
An amount given to one spouse to another while they are separated Historically, the word "alimony" referred to monies paid while spouses were legally separated but stilled wedlocked Where they were divorced, the monies payable were then referred to as " maintenance" but this distinction is now in disuse
– a payment made by one spouse to another for support after a divorce or separation
Type of payment from one former spouse to another that is agreed to as part of a divorce settlement Alimony is tax-deductible for the person who pays it and taxable income for the person who receives it
– a payment made by one spouse to another pending divorce or separation
money paid for support of spouse
A type of payment from one former spouse to another that is agreed to as part of a divorce settlement Alimony is tax-deductible for the person who pays it and taxable income for the person who receives it See adjustable gross income BACK TO TOP
Payments are deductible if the following requirements are met: (1) the payments are in cash, checks or money orders (2) required by a divorce or separation instrument, (3) the payments are not for child support, (4) the payments are not part of the property settlement payments related to the divorce, (5) you and your (ex) spouse must not be members of the same household and do not file a joint tax return, and (6) you are not liable to make any payments for any period after the death of your (ex) spouse One item to note is that if you owe both alimony and child support and during the year you pay less than the amounts required, then the amounts paid are first applied to your child support obligation before being applied to alimony
A court-ordered allowance for support to an ex-spouse
Payments made by one spouse to a former spouse under a legal separation or divorce agreement Alimony payments are taxable income to the recipient and tax deductible for the taxpayer making the payment
Money the court orders you to pay to a spouse or ex-spouse (See spousal support )
Periodic payments made under a divorce decree or a written separation agreement toward the support of a former spouse Alimony may be taken as a deduction from adjusted gross income by the person who pays it, while the person who receives it must claim it as taxable income
Alimony is money that a court of law orders someone to pay regularly to their former wife or husband after they have got divorced. Compare palimony. money that a court orders someone to pay regularly to their former wife or husband after their marriage has ended maintenance (alimonia , from alere; ALIMENTARY CANAL)
An allowance made to a wife out of her husband's estate or income for her support, upon her divorce or legal separation from him, or during a suit for the same
{i} allowance paid to a former spouse (often by legal agreement)
Maintenance; means of living
spousal support
paid alimony
paid the court-ordered monthly allowance to a former spouse
alimony
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