Alimony

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Let us help you with your alimony rights.

Unlike child support which is very objective and calculated with a state-created calculator, alimony is extremely subjective and the state does not use a calculator to determine how much alimony should be paid, if any.

Alimony is calculated by the judge & is based on:

  • Financial Stability & need of both parties
  • Both parties ability to earn income
  • Both parties work, educational training & experience
  • Both parties monthly expenses

The obligated spouse will usually not have to pay alimony for a period of time longer than the time the marriage lasted. For example, if the parties were married for 5 years then the longest the obligated spouse would have to pay alimony for would be 5 years.

Do not make the mistake of agreeing to pay alimony just to make your divorce end sooner or to avoid conflict with your spouse. Contact us today, we will explain to you your rights regarding alimony and we will fight for your case!

“Mr. Larsen settled my extremely difficult divorce case at mediation. Mr. Larsen convinced my ex to give me way more than I expected to receive. Divorce can work out in your favor if you hire a competent attorney like Mr. Larsen!” -C.V.

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