Fighting a Claim for Spousal Maintenance
Divorce is a difficult time for everyone involved. Divorce involves a substantial amount of emotional trauma, even when the case is relatively amicable and the parties are able to reach an agreement on all of the issues. In addition to the emotional upheaval, divorce is also typically a very difficult time for the parties in […]Read More
Divorce can be the most difficult time for the parties. During a marriage, most couples pool their resources to achieve their goals, pay off debts, and help support their children. After the divorce, the parties will each have to figure out how to do these things without the benefit of the income of the other […]Read More
Common Reasons to Eliminate or Reduce Support
A divorce is typically one of the most financially complex times for both parties. This holds especially true where one of the parties has traditionally been either a stay-at-home parent or generates far less income than the other spouse. The financially disadvantaged spouse is in a uniquely difficult position when trying to figure out how […]Read More
How Much Spousal Maintenance Will I Get?
There are many decisions that need to be made in any divorce. Asset division, debt division, and child custody are just a few of the central issues. Spousal maintenance is also an important topic in many cases. Although it is becoming more and more common for both spouses to work outside of the home, there […]Read More
In a Divorce, Who Pays, and How Much?
To Pay or Get Paid: Support Payments in Divorce Will you pay or receive money from your ex on a monthly basis? Child support and spousal maintenance are a big deal in a divorce. Make sure yours gets handled right. A divorce proceeding can order two types of financial support: child support and spousal maintenance. […]Read More