The Maricopa County Superior Court developed the spousal maintenance calculator to give spouses and opportunity to determine simple alimony support obligations. Unfortunately, the Appellate court ruled that this calculator is no longer valid and a full review of all spousal support factors must be reviewed under ARS 25-319. However, we at Stewart Law Group believe this is an excellent tool to help you prepare and educate yourself regarding possible Arizona spousal maintenance obligations.
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For more answers to frequently asked questions regarding alimony and spousal maintenance see our full page on the subject.
The court takes into account a number of financial and work-related issues pertaining to both parties in a divorce. Depending on the length of the marriage, the party’s income levels, and work history, the court may (or may not) decide to include maintenance as part of the divorce settlement.
Is spousal support mandatory in Arizona?
No. A spouse requesting alimony in Arizona must first establish that they are eligible for alimony.
Spousal maintenance ordinarily terminates when the recipient remarries or dies. Maintenance may terminate on a specific date, if it is scheduled to continue for a definite period. It may also terminate with the recipient’s continuous romantic cohabitation with another person.
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