Okay. Alimony is based on the following subjective factors: the value of each spouse’s assets as well as their families and up to one half of any pension, 401k or retirement benefits as long as the length of the marriage was 10 years or more. Any marital misconduct by either spouse may be considered in determining the appropriate support amount. Any property acquired prior to the marriage or by inheritance or gift may not be considered in determining the support amount. Code of Alabama , Title 30, Chapters: 2-51, 2-52, and 2-55.
Given that he makes the amount stated and she makes the amount stated, it is unlikely that she would be ordered to pay alimony because the primary objective of alimony is to ensure that he would not have a financial collapse. At the amount that he is making, he is unlikely to do so, and is likely to continue maintaining close to the same lifestyle.
However, whoever receives children would get child support. The visiting parent pays child support to the custodian, unless the custodian declines it. All states have a preset salary percentage calculation for child support (see HERE), but this can be altered if both parties agree to a lesser or higher amount or do not put child support in the orders all-together; the Court will only impose default child support if the parties cannot agree.
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