In Pennsylvnaia, under current law, alimony is deductible to the spouse making the payments and must be included as income on the taxes of the spouse receiving the payments. With the current administration's tax overhaul this is about to change. Here's what you'll need to know;
Whether you've made the difficult choice to proceed with divorce because your spouse had an affair or whether you yourself had an affair, you may be wondering, how do the courts in Pennsylvania view an affair?
Alimony is a payment that one spouse makes to another after a final divorce decree is granted. In Pennsylvania, alimony is not awarded automatically as a right. Instead, the court has discretion over who should get alimony and what amount the alimony should be.