Alimony is a court ordered payment made from one former spouse to the other after divorce. It is paid in one of the three different forms like the lump-sum alimony, interim or temporary alimony and the permanent alimony.
A statutory formula is used for calculating the temporary alimony in New York and it includes;
Subtracting 20% of the supported spouse’s income from 30% of the paying spouse.
The total income of both will be multiplied by 40% and then the supported spouse’s income is subtracted.
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