Family Advocate, Vol. 34, No. 3: Alimony Options (Winter 2012)
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Family Advocate, Vol. 34, No. 3: Alimony Options (Winter 2012)

Family Advocate, Vol. 34, No. 3: Alimony Options (Winter 2012)
Product Code: 51311003403
Publication Date: January 2012
ISBN: 0163-710X
Page Count: 40
Sponsoring Entities: Section of Family Law
Topics: Family Law
Format: Periodicals - 51311003403
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About This Issue

This issue of Family Advocate offers an array of articles to provide an analysis of common alimony issues and practical tips for negotiating or litigating alimony claims.

Articles include:

  • Where Are We Now? Current trends in alimony law -- Laura W. Morgan


  • The Case for Temporary Spousal Support -- Thomas Wolfrum


  • Make the Tax Code Your Friend—and Alimony More Palatable -- Christopher C. Melcher


  • Alimony Options in a Postretirement World: Is modification predictable? -- David S. Dolowitz


  • Trying the Spousal Support Case -- Anita M. Ventrelli


  • What the Judge Wants to Know: How to structure your pretrial alimony presentation for maximum judicial impact -- Dianna Gould-Saltman


  • Postjudgment Relief: Which crises or crossroads constitute a substantial change of circumstances? -- Alyssa Ann Rower


For complete listing of articles, see the Table of Contents linked below.

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