Can my soon to be ex-wife get alimony if we have been separated for almost 2 years?
We have been living apart but are still legally married. She has our 3 kids and I already expect to pay child support but will I have to provide her with my only vehicle I have? If she is awarded my only vehicle, I will loose my job therefore alimony and child support can not be paid. She has had another baby with a new guy making it 4 kids now, and no job. We have been married 4.3 years in total.
I think it's unlikely that she'll get your vehicle, based on what you've written.
Alimony will depend on how long you were married; the fact that there was a separation will have a little influence on this as well. I'd recommend filing for divorce as soon as possible, to try and limit the extent of the award. Usually, 10 years is the minimum length of marriage where permanent alimony is awarded; here, you'd really want to have the divorce complaint filed before you hit the 5-year mark.
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