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Temporary Spousal Support or Alimony

Posted by Diane Wanger | Mar 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

Texas courts routinely order temporary alimony or spousal support (terms used interchangeably) during the pendency of the divorce (from the day of filing the petition until the day the divorce is granted)  How much is ordered depends on the earnings and expenses of each spouse as well as which court your case is set in.  Where child support is being paid, the guideline level of child support is normally first calculated. Then spousal support is determined.

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Diane Wanger

Diane M. WangerExperience and Wisdom  I was board-certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 1992. About me and my practice: Family Law (Peaceful)• Uncontested Cases (Can only represent one party under ethics rules)• Collaborative Law (Can only represent party unde...

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