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Alimony & Spousal Support in Divorce


During the divorce process, the divorce court will determine if there should be an alimony award and how much should be paid. Either spouse may be responsible for paying alimony in most states.

Alimony laws, type of awards and amounts are different in each state, but a local divorce attorney can help you understand divorce laws in your state and how you will be affected.

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Speak to a Local Divorce Attorney about Alimony

Make sure you will be able financially manage after divorce. With help from a local divorce lawyer, you can learn about alimony awards and state alimony laws in your state may affect how much you have to pay or receive. Connect today by calling 877-349-1310 or filling out a divorce case review form to make sure the alimony award in you divorce is reasonable for both you and your spouse.

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