How is spousal support determined Oregon?
Unless a couple mutually agrees, only the court can determine and order the amount of spousal support required. Oregon courts generally consider the age and health of each spouse as well as the length of the marriage when determining the duration of spousal support.
When can a spouse sue for alimony?
A judge will assess if one spouse has a demonstrated financial need and if the other spouse has the ability to pay alimony. Alimony is generally awarded in cases where the spouses have very unequal earning power and have been married a long time.
Can a spouse hide money in a divorce?
Unfortunately, as you go through the divorce process, your husband may try to take advantage of the situation by hiding income and/or assets. If he wants to undervalue or hide marital assets he may: Purchase items that could be overlooked or undervalued.
How do I get my ex wife off the mortgage?
You usually do this by filing a quitclaim deed, in which your ex-spouse gives up all rights to the property. Your ex should sign the quitclaim deed in front of a notary. One this document is notarized, you file it with the county. This publicly removes the former partner’s name from the property deed and the mortgage.
Can your spouse throw your stuff out?
To answer your question, whether you are living in an equitable distribution state or community property, your spouse should not intimidate or threaten you that he will throw your belongings outside. Generally, it is not legally permitted to throw a partners’ property outside.