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Origin of alimony
OTHER WORDS FROM alimonyal·i·mo·nied, adjective
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Use this form for any income that isn’t subject to withholding, like earnings from self-employment, rent paid to you and alimony.What Forms Do I Need to File My Taxes and Where Can I Get Them?|by Kristen Doerer for ProPublica and Karim Doumar|April 14, 2021|ProPublica
More specifically, she is using his death as a rallying cry for alimony reform and raising the question: Is alimony anti-feminist?
Today, New Jersey, Oregon, Vermont, Connecticut, North Carolina, West Virginia, and Florida all have lifetime alimony statutes.
“I am a fan of alimony reform and I am a fan of the law Massachusetts passed in 2011,” Wood told me.
And today, the critics of lifetime alimony are not just husbands and their new wives.
In the last three decades, courts have begun to apply gender parity to the awarding of alimony.
In Ireland the mother is not allowed to claim alimony herself—she must go into the workhouse and the guardians must sue for her.Women's Wild Oats|C. Gasquoine Hartley
Until he had met Rue Carew he had taken measures to fight the statutory charges, hoping to involve Venem and escape alimony.The Dark Star|Robert W. Chambers
In a recent suit for alimony a wealthy New Yorker complained that his wife used a diamond-studded watch for a golf tee.
Nothing in the nature of alimony, except the dwelling, is commonly given by either party to a divorce.The Bontoc Igorot|Albert Ernest Jenks
The lady's lawyer thereupon moved for the appointment of a referee, as well as for counsel fee and alimony.