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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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haller! how's everybody doing? hope u guys doing okay. my fiancee (us citizen) is already divorced 2 years ago but his x wife is receiving alimony from him but they don't have kids. is there any way that the alimony could be cut off? or the amount could be lessen? is there any other option for that? because they don't have kids so why she is receiving alimony, right? my fiancee told me before that what she wants if not she's not going to sign the divorce paper. but i don't think that's right. hope there's someone who could give me infos about this matter, thanks. and also she will be counted on the house hold right? godspeed!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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The exwife is not included in the household count.

Your fiance would have to go back to the court to get the alimony changed.


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Filed: Country: Mexico
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Alimony is not child support. It makes no difference if they had children or not. Alimony is spousal support, and generally given so the spouse that earned less can still be supported and live after the divorce. He can always go to court and try and have it stopped or reduced by a judge.


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haller! how's everybody doing? hope u guys doing okay. my fiancee (us citizen) is already divorced 2 years ago but his x wife is receiving alimony from him but they don't have kids. is there any way that the alimony could be cut off? or the amount could be lessen? is there any other option for that? because they don't have kids so why she is receiving alimony, right? my fiancee told me before that what she wants if not she's not going to sign the divorce paper. but i don't think that's right. hope there's someone who could give me infos about this matter, thanks. and also she will be counted on the house hold right? godspeed!

Generally speaking, alimony could continue (depending on the state) until the ex-wife remarries. It sounds like she negotiated a settlement to which he acquiesced. If there is absolutely a serious change in his financial circumstances (not just his inclusion of you in his life), maybe a judge would consider a renegotiation of that divorce agreement. He pays her alimony because in the state in which they lived/ divorced, that was her entitlement to which he agreed, child support is a wholly separate issue.


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