Alimony/Maintenance

Alimony/Maintenance

After a divorce is finalized, both parties’ finances are inevitably affected. Usually, there will be one spouse who has a higher income and earning potential than the other. Based on a complicated formula set by the Domestic Relations Law, we can determine how much you will be obligated to pay or how much you are entitled to. Call our office today to find out how the law will affect your spousal support outcome.

The amount of spousal support is based primarily on the discrepancies of your income and the length of your marriage. The purpose of spousal maintenance (also known as entitled to receive, and spousal support) is to make sure the less monied spouse is cared for while they get their lives back in order. A divorce is never fun, but we can help you take the drama out of the financial disposition of your marital estate. Call our office today for the experienced and knowledgeable representation you deserve.