Spousal Maintenance

These are payments made from one spouse to another when one spouse cannot financially meet their reasonable needs on their own. The law permits spousal maintenance (or alimony as it’s called in other states) for several reasons—to help maintain the lifestyle the parties enjoyed during the marriage, or to account for the role a spouse played in the other spouse fulfilling career ambitions, but the reason that is most likely to be reflected in a spousal maintenance order is to transition the receiving spouse to becoming self-sufficient.

A.R.S. § 25-319 are the spousal maintenance laws acting in conjunction with the Spousal Maintenance Guidelines to provide guidance for how to aware spousal maintenance.

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