If you are considering divorce, you may also be entitled to alimony. Also known as spousal support, alimony can help you adjust to your new life without the financial support of your spouse. Unlike child support calculations where you have to use formulas and abide by strict guidelines, determining the amount of alimony you may receive depends on several factors that include, but are not limited to:
- Lifestyle maintained during marriage
- Length of marriage
- Age and health conditions
- Amount of marital and nonmarital assets and liabilities
- Annual income
- Contributions of both parties
These matters are complicated, and understanding the role that alimony plays in your divorce is very important. McGuire Law Offices assists clients through a comprehensive range of divorce-related issues. Let us help you with the divorce process and protecting your interests.
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Different Types Of Alimony
There are several kinds of alimony that may benefit your particular situation. Whether you receive periodic payments or need to support your spouse while he or she is finishing an educational program, we can help with:
- Temporary alimony
- Permanent spousal support
- Rehabilitative alimony
- Lump-sum alimony
Contact our attorneys at McGuire Law Offices for a free initial consultation concerning any questions or concerns you may have about what type of alimony you may be entitled to.