Alimony

The term “alimony” denotes a financial allowance paid by one separated or divorced spouse to the other. The purpose of alimony payments is to support a spouse which would not be in a position to support themselves.

In Switzerland, spouses are not normally obligated to pay alimony to a former spouse, although it may be required in some cases. In almost every case, parents who do not live with their children are required to make child support payments.

More on this topic:
Divorce: Financial FAQ

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