4 Factors to Determine Alimony in Utah
Jaclyn Robertson from JR Law Group joined Good Things Utah to share the four factors used in setting alimony payments.
When couples divorce, courts may require one spouse to make monetary support payments to the other spouse. These payments are known spousal support payments, or alimony payments. The amount of alimony can either be agreed to by the spouses, or can be decided by a court. Each state has its own laws that govern how alimony payments are set.
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