Alimony Letter


Overview
- This Alimony Letter is used to advise the former spouse that he or she is behind on Alimony payments.  
- The letter is designed to fully apprize the former spouse that there are very serious ramifications for failing to pay Alimony.  

When You Need It
- When you need to formally advise your former spouse that the former spouse has fallen behind in Alimony payments.  


Getting Started

You will need:
- The name and address of the non-custodial parent.
- Details of the court decree regarding Alimony payments, such as the date, the amount ordered to be paid, and how often the payments are to be made.
- The deadline for receipt of back payments due.
- The next action you will take if the payment is not received.

When to Review and Revise 
- To correct the facts stated in the letter.
- To follow-up on a previous request.
- To send a new letter in the case of future failures to pay the required payments.