My question is about alimony to ex- wife. I divorced over 6 years ago , my final judgment of divorce says exactly:
The parties agree that neither party will pay the other alimony."
Since the child support for my child will end soon , my question is if my ex- wife can take me to court to ask for alimony or definitely not. Thank you for your help.
No she can't. If she does try, make sure to ask for attorney's fees for frivolous litigation.
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I agree with my colleague; an award for alimony must be in the Final Judgment or it is lost forever.
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Once alimony has been properly waived, you cannot go back and seek it 6 years later.
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