Pavani Moparthi 18 October 2019
Adv. Deepak (Advocate) 26 October 2019
Anaita Vas 18 January 2022
The alimony amount can be taken either as a one-time lump sum or as a fixed payment that could be given monthly or quarterly, depending on the requirement of the recipient. It is advised to the recipients to choose to be paid the entire amount at once so as to avoid potential loss of future payments if, say, the spouse loses their job or dies.
Once the court passes the order, the supporting spouse has to pay alimony within the timeline decided. If payments are not made in time, there are consequences; the court can take further action against the spouse, such as penalties.
That Court Will provide your husband a date till which you have to pay the alimony to the party concerned, If the due date for alimony has been passed and your husband hasn't paid the alimony then the party concerned could file an application for the execution of the decree and the court could order the execution of the decree either by the arrest, attachment of movable property, immovable property or even by asking your husband to pay the alimony in cash/cheque/D.D., as the case may be.