What is Alimony?
It is the monthly financial allowance that the spouse is obliged to pay to the ex-spouse, which is given by a court decision during the divorce case or after the divorce case is concluded. There are multiple types of alimony and there are separate conditions for each type of alimony. In the presence of the conditions listed in the law, alimony can only be awarded by the court.
Types of Alimony
Precautionary Alimony: While the divorce case continues, the judge should take temporary measures on behalf of the party whose poverty and living standards will decrease. Temporary alimony is the temporary pension to be paid in favor of the parent to whom temporary custody is given or on behalf of the party that will fall into poverty due to divorce. Temporary alimony is a temporary type of alimony. The payment period of the measure alimony continues until the conclusion of the divorce case.
Poverty Alimony: It is the pension demanded by the spouse who will fall into poverty as a result of the divorce of the parties and the spouse who is less defective.
Affiliate Alimony: It is the payment of the pension that covers the child’s education, care, health and school expenses. The other party is obliged to pay child support to the party who takes custody of the child.