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Lawyers reveal a growing number of ex-husbands are receiving alimony from wives

In a report published by Reuters on December 24, it was shown that more divorce lawyers are noting a shift in economic roles between men and women that has resulted in an increasing number of men receiving spousal support from more ‘well-off’ ex-wives.

A survey conducted by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers among its 1,600 members revealed that close to half of their colleagues have observed a rise in the number of husbands receiving alimony from their divorced wives. Experts say the shift is a result of an ongoing trend where women tend to be the key breadwinner in the family while men tend to slow-down their career to stay at home and look after children.

Monmouth County residents who are facing alimony and other family issues should seek help from an attorney at the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq. We are equipped with the experience and resources needed to efficiently and fully address your legal family needs. You can reach us by calling (732) 898-2378 today.