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Assuming he pays the alimony out without an issue, then this really should not be a problem.
If he does not, then the ex can in theory convert the alimony debt into a judgment and then attach a bank account with his name on it. If the two of you share an account and money, then your money may be attached. Likewise, she can for example lien a titled property with his name on it, even if your name is ***** ***** as well.
Ergo, some couples choose to maintain separate assets until child support
/alimony is paid off.
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