Can new spouse income be considered for alimony?

Can new spouse income be considered for alimony?

California law is quite clear that new mate income cannot generally be considered against you in ordering or modifying child or spousal support. This is true for both spousal and child support.

How is spousal support calculated Virginia?

Duration: In Virginia, the “rule of thumb” is that spousal support awards are often set for 50% the length of the parties' marriage (from the date of marriage to either the date of separation, the date the property settlement agreement is signed, or the date of divorce).

Does spousal support count as income in Canada?

While child support is generally considered non-taxable, spousal support is fully taxable in the hands of the recipient. To claim support payments, there must be a court order or written agreement that specifies the amount and occurrence of the support payments.

Is new spouse income considered for child support in Virginia?

As seen above, a new spouse isn't required to support your children from a past relationship. But that aside, a new spouse's presence may very well play a role if you're seeking to modify an existing child support order. A Virginia court case provides the reason for this.