Married 20 ysr. Gave up my career to travel with my husband for his work.
Family Law Attorney
If the divorce decree says you waived your right to alimony, no you cannot go back now and ask for it.
My preliminary answer to your question is based on the limited information you have provided and should be used as guidance not legal advice. My response does NOT create an attorney-client relationship.
Lemon Law Attorney
I agree with the prior answer. You needed to resolve this at the time it was at issue. A final judgment resolved the pending matters.
Divorce / Separation Lawyer
Unless you can prove some sort of fraud in you agreeing to waive alimony, you will not be able to go back and ask for alimony.
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