Q: My exeife was awarded alimony I paid it until my 401k dividends ran out then I didn’t she took me to court now they
Deduct $605 monthly until it was paid off well it has how do I stop payments and also she remarried we have no kids together we were married 15 years I have all court papers I live now in Illinois I am a Vietnam bet 76 yo
A: The fastest way to stop the bleeding is to take all the money you owe out of your 401k and give it to your ex. If you are not happy with that advice then the only way to TRY to stop the bleeding is to return to the Circuit Court that entered the Order imposing alimony and plead your case as to why you need it more than your ex needs it. Sounds doable to me.
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