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To read the full text of the law on adultery and alimony in New Hampshire, see the New Hampshire Revised Statutes §458.19, and §458.16-a.Hampton, NH Eunice "Goody" Cole was New Hampshire's only convicted witch.In some states, adultery affects whether or not the cheating spouse can receive alimony.This article will explain how adultery affects alimony in the state of New Hampshire.Adultery normally won’t have an impact on custody and visitation for the couple’s children.If a spouse’s affair negatively impacted the children, however, a court can consider that, along with all other evidence about each spouse’s parenting abilities.A spouse can’t be ordered to pay alimony unless that spouse has enough money to pay expenses while supporting the other spouse.New Hampshire courts can order that alimony be lump-sum, periodic, or both.

Many states take adultery into account when deciding how to divide a couple’s money and property during a divorce.

If you have more questions about adultery and alimony after reading this article, contact a New Hampshire family law attorney.

Court-ordered financial support from one spouse to the other during or after a divorce is called "alimony." New Hampshire courts can order a spouse with financial resources to pay alimony to a spouse without the finances to pay reasonable needs, when certain requirements are met.

If the spouse’s financial circumstances change at any time, the court can modify (change) alimony.

There’s no formula to calculate alimony in New Hampshire; each alimony award is determined on a case-by-case basis.