Do I still have to pay my husband alimony even he is self sustaining and receiving pensions?
My husband wants a divorce. I have two houses only under my name and he signed a quit claims during the close of escrow. We have a half year-old son. I am the bread winner I make $9097/month and he is 65 yea-old retired pensioner receiving $1,600/month from Social Security and $789 pension from private company. How about his financial obligation to our 2 year old son?
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