Do you have to pay alimony, and what would a judge order are nearly impossible to predict. There are a number of factors that will be reviewed by the court to determine if any alimony will be awarded and for how long. Most divorces are resolved by agreement between the parties while the matter is pending. You should consider speaking with an attorney about the specific facts of your situation.
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Alimony is based on need and ability to pay. Unlike child support, there is no formula used in determining an amount. I strongly suggest that you consult with an attorney who can look at the global picture of your divorce to see what if any alimony you should pay.
Remember that alimony is tax deductable to the person paying it so it may make sense to adjust child support and alimony amounts to take advantage of the tax consequences.
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