Alimony (Spousal Support)

Alimony (Spousal Support)

by markhaslem, December 6, 2015

At the time of your divorce, you may need additional financial assistance to ensure your financial well-being. Conversely, you may be obligated to pay additional support depending on your income and the income of your spouse. You can protect your rights and ensure your financial security after a divorce. Seek out knowledgeable legal counsel for the answers to your questions. At Mark F. Haslem PC, we are experienced in protecting the rights and interests of our clients as they face divorce and the complexities involved with the division of assets and future financial stability.

Protect Your Rights and the Security of Your Family

If you had responsibilities other than bringing in financial support for your family, you may be entitled to alimony or spousal support at the time of divorce. In considering whether you are entitled to alimony, the court will look at the duration of your marriage, the income of both parties and the standard of living prior to marriage, as well as, other factors that can affect the footing of both parties after a divorce is finalized. We will take every necessary step to help you recover the financial support you deserve after a divorce.

We Are Experienced in Alimony and Spousal Support Cases Involving:

  • Enforcement of support orders
  • Modifications to existing orders
  • Temporary support orders
  • Challenging spousal support arrangements
  • Michigan Spousal Support Guidelines
  • Divorce and child support

Defend Against Unmanageable Support Obligations

Paying out spousal support can be a significant burden and especially devastating after a painful divorce. If you are concerned that you may be required to pay significant support obligations, we can analyze your options and work to protect your financial security. We will review your income and help you assert your side of the story to minimize obligations after the divorce. In the event that you can no longer pay spousal support, we can work with you to try to obtain a modification to reduce or eliminate your obligations.

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