The payment of alimony has always been a bone of contention for separating and divorcing couples. For many payors, the only thing that made it slightly easier to stomach in the past was that it was tax-deductible.
When the unexpected happens and you experience a job loss or a reduction in income, we truly sympathize with what you are going through. The good news is that you may qualify to reduce alimony payments.
A great many individuals contemplating divorce are completely unaware of the importance of budget in your Albuquerque divorce – and yet the outcome of so many cases literally depends on it! There are at least two major ways that your household budget has a tremendous impact on what happens in a divorce proceeding.
Divorce is just a legal term. When you decide to part ways with your spouse, you still have to be able to communicate with one another and jointly raise your children into adulthood. Despite the divorce, there will be soccer games, school events, birthday parties, graduations, weddings, and many other activities to attend.
In a mediated divorce in Albuquerque (and throughout New Mexico), one attorney handles your case and acts as a neutral third party. He or she represents neither you nor your spouse and provides no legal advice but helps both of you work toward a resolution of your case.