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How Long Do You Have to Pay Alimony?

If you have a long-term marriage, a substantial difference in income between you and your spouse, or other factors are involved, you might have to pay alimony, also called spousal support or maintenance, for years after the divorce. It is essential to do financial planning to determine what your standard of living...

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Can I Get a Jury Trial for my New Mexico Divorce?

If you are about to file for divorce, you might be wondering about your options and asking many questions, like, Can I get a jury trial for my New Mexico divorce? The short answer to that question is yes. You will want to consider several factors before making your decision.

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Changing a Revocable Trust

It is much easier to amend a revocable trust than a will. You cannot make changes to an irrevocable trust, but it is typically a simple matter to update your revocable trust to keep up with events that happen in your life and your finances. There are several options for making changes...

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