Maintaining Your Lifestyle After Divorce
When a couple files for divorce, each spouse may be eligible to apply for spousal support. If one spouse was financially dependent on the other spouse during marriage, spousal support can help him or her become self-supporting after divorce. Also known as alimony, the amount of support rewarded to a party is dependent on certain factors and should be carefully considered by an experienced attorney to make sure you get the proper amount.
At the law office of Daniel W. Uhlfelder, P.A., in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, our attorneys have extensive experience helping clients dealing with complex divorce issues such as alimony and spousal support. Our firm takes the time to carefully understand your specific situation and strive to meet your needs with personal attention and genuine involvement. Let us help you determine whether spousal support should be considered in your divorce settlement.
Helping You Determine The Right Amount Of Spousal Support
The laws and regulations surrounding spousal support are complex and must be understood to know what kind of options you can pursue. We can provide you effective legal assistance throughout the divorce process, and we educate our clients so they can make confident decisions.
Depending on the length of the marriage, your age, whether you have children, certain health conditions and other various factors, the amount of support can be modified. If you are in need of support after divorce, we are committed to protecting your rights and helping you move forward in your life.
Is Spousal Support A Factor In Your Divorce? Contact Our Lawyer For More Information
We are here to help you determine if spousal support is applicable in your divorce. To schedule a free initial consultation with our attorney, call 850-502-2165 or fill out a short contact form today. Together we can work to find options to protect your rights and future.