Length of Marriage
Date of Legal Marriage
Date of Service of the Complaint
1. Income
a. Gross weekly income
Recipient
$
Payor
$
b. Minus Weekly Capital Gain/Interest Income
$
$
c. Minus Weekly Income used to Calculate Child Support
$
$
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1. INCOME (cont.)
d. Available Income
Recipient
$
Payor
$
e. Length of Marriage (months)
f. Length of Marriage (years)
2. GENERAL TERM ALIMONY CALCULATION (Maximum Amount & Maximum Duration)
a. Difference in Income Payor 1(d) - Recipient 1(d)
$
b. Maximum Weekly Support Amount 2(a) x 30% to 2(a) x 35%
$
to
$
c. % of Months based on 1(e) (Table A)
d. Maximum Support Duration (months) 1(e) x 2(c)
e. Maximum Support Duration (years) 1(f) x 2(c)
3. REHABILITATIVE ALIMONY
The periodic payment of support to a recipient spouse who is expected to become economically self-sufficient by a predicted time, such as, without limitation, reemployment; completion of job training; or receipt of a sum due from the payor spouse pursuant to a judgment.
Maximum Duration
4. REIMBURSEMENT ALIMONY
The periodic or one-time payment of support to a recipient spouse after a marriage of not more than 5 years and for the purpose of compensating the recipient for economic or noneconomic contribution to the financial resources of the payor spouse, such as enabling the payor spouse to complete an education or job training.
Marriage < 5 years?
5. TRANSITIONAL ALIMONY
The periodic or one-time payment of support to a recipient spouse after a marriage of not more than 5 years and for the purpose of transitioning the recipient to an adjusted lifestyle or location as a result of the divorce.
Marriage < 5 years?