Are you considering divorce in California? Alimony may or may not be mandatory. However, many divorced couples need spousal support to continue with living expenses. However, many factors are available to determine if you need to pay or receive spousal support from your partner.
Alimony, also known as maintenance or spousal support, is a spouse’s payment to another for support pending or after divorce. Support is to help the spouse continue with their lifestyle until they can return to their feet again. Before you qualify for alimony, the court will have to consider some factors; the length of the marriage, the standard of living during the marriage, financial status, and earning capacity.
At the Law Office of Vernon C. Tucker, we help our clients fight for their rights. Whether you want to receive alimony or have reasons not to pay for it, we will help you defend your claim. Choosing the right attorney is vital to receiving or avoiding an alimony payment. We are here to help you at any time of the day.
When you give us a call, we will go through the process with you, provide you with all the information you need to know and answer your questions. Our law firm has only your best interest in mind. If the other partner involves in receiving more money, they can stand firm without your help. We are here for you. Give us a chance today.