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Hawaii Alimony Law

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Several subjective factors like the length of the marriage, financial conditions, and the earning capacities are considered in the Hawaii alimony law to award alimony to a party in a divorce.

But there should be certain basic eligibilities met by either of the parties to request for the spousal support.

The eligibilities include:

  • The prime factor in obtaining spousal support in Hawaii is a valid legal marriage, without any written documents on waiver for spousal support.
  • Also the divorce laws of Hawaii consider a party, with no legal marriage but a child born of the relationship eligible to obtain alimony.
  • After all, the court also considers the ability of the party to pay his/her ex-spouse the determined support amount.

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