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Identifying Changes in the New Hampshire Spousal Support Process – Men’s Divorce Podcast

Cordell & Cordell Executive/Managing Partner, CEO Scott Trout and New Hampshire Senior Litigation Attorney Jessica Ugarte highlight legislative changes made to the spousal support, or alimony, process.

Calculating spousal support can vary from state to state, but in the state of New Hampshire, legislative efforts are being made to the formula, so that alimony can become rehabilitative and not a lifetime obligation.

Cordell & Cordell continues to produce monthly webinars and virtual town halls and frequent podcasts answering your questions and addressing your concerns about how the virus is impacting family law.

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How is Spousal Support Affected by Cohabitation? – Men’s Divorce Podcast

On the latest episode of Cordell & Cordell’s podcast series about divorce during COVID-19, CEO, Managing/Executive Partner Scott Trout and Utah Lead Litigator Jonathan Winn discuss spousal support and how cohabitation may affect the amount.

Spousal support relies on the notion that the ex-spouse that earns less needs the financial rehabilitation, but with more wives outearning their husbands than ever before, men now are able to ask for and receive spousal support.

Cordell & Cordell continues to produce monthly webinars and virtual town halls and frequent podcasts answering your questions and addressing your concerns about how the virus is impacting family law.

Click the link above to listen to the full episode. Also make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or whichever podcast app you prefer.

Do I Have to Pay Alimony if My Ex Is Cohabiting? – Men’s Divorce Podcast

On the latest episode of Cordell & Cordell’s podcast series about divorce during COVID-19, CEO, Managing/Executive Partner Scott Trout and Lead Litigator Kyra Raimey describe how to approach your alimony situation, when your ex-spouse begins cohabiting with another person.

Depending on your divorce decree’s language, the regulations of the state, and the specifics of the new significant other’s bills, a decrease of the need for spousal support may be occurring, making it necessary for you to file for modification or termination.

Cordell & Cordell continues to produce weekly webinars and virtual town halls and daily podcasts answering your questions and addressing your concerns about how the virus is impacting family law. You can find all past webinars and podcasts on Cordell & Cordell’s COVID-19 and Divorce Information Hub.

Click the link above to listen to the full episode. Also make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or whichever podcast app you prefer.

COVID-19 And Divorce: Effective Child and Spousal Support Strategies

The economic strain of the COVID-19 pandemic has left many divorced guys wondering how they are possibly going to afford their child or spousal support payments.

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