What do I do if my ex husband stops paying alimony?

What do I do if my ex husband stops paying alimony?

You should hire an attorney to assist you with the process and get the ball rolling by filing a motion with the court, asking the judge to order your former spouse to pay all overdue payments and ensure no future payments are missed. In legal terms, this is known as a motion for contempt or enforcement.Nov 4, 2019

How long after a divorce can I file for alimony?

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It depends upon what your divorce agreement (or order) says. Generally, you aren’t going to be able to obtain spousal support two years after the divorce is granted, but it may be possible.May 1, 2012

Is there a statute of limitation on alimony?

There is no limitation period for bringing a claim for spousal support under the Divorce Act. It can be brought before or after an order of divorce. Nonetheless, the longer a spouse or former spouse waits, the less likely they will succeed.

Is California a no fault state divorce?

California is a “no fault” divorce state, which means that the spouse or domestic partner that is asking for the divorce does not have to prove that the other spouse or domestic partner did something wrong. To get a no fault divorce, 1 spouse or domestic partner has to state that the couple cannot get along.

Is it illegal to cheat on your spouse in California?

Many states have made adultery illegal, and their criminal laws contain definitions of adultery. California has not made adultery a criminal act, so there’s no official state definition of adultery. The courts will not consider evidence of adultery, or any other kind of fault, when deciding whether to grant a divorce.