permanent alimony

Definition of "permanent alimony"
  1. A type of alimony that is given after a divorce, which involves regular payments that may change in size or end completely, for instance, when the person receiving the payments gets remarried
How to use "permanent alimony" in a sentence
  1. After a long court proceeding, he was ordered to pay permanent alimony to his ex-wife.
  2. The courts may consider numerous factors, like the length of the marriage, before granting permanent alimony.
  3. Due to her remarriage, her ex-husband was no longer obligated to pay her the previously established permanent alimony.

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