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Idaho Alimony law

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The purpose of Alimony in the state of Idaho is to offer support to the spouse who lacks sufficient monetary assets after dissolution of a legal marriage.

A judge of family court under Idaho alimony law may offer alimony often called as spousal support in such a way that one of the spouses in the divorce will pay the other a usual monthly allowance to support his/her reasonable needs.

Eligible factors for Alimony:

The parties should meet the below listed requirements to obtain Spousal Support in Idaho.

They include;

  • A legal marriage.
  • Long marriage for a duration of 10 years
  • Taxable income generated by the spouses.
  • There should be no adultery crime or desertion by the spouse to obtain alimony.

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