Alimony (Spousal Support): How Much Will I Get Or How Much Will This Cost?
The above questions are often the first we hear from clients. The truth is, it often depends on the circumstances of the marriage and subsequent divorce.
We Want To Make Sure That You Are Treated Fairly
At Goodwin Como, P.C., we know that each case presents challenges as unique as the individuals involved. That is why we emphasize a personal, hands-on approach to working with our clients in Fayette County and throughout southwestern Pennsylvania.
In a nutshell, when the earning capacity and/or income of one of the parties differs greatly from that of the other party, the financially disadvantaged party may be entitled to support before, during and after the divorce action has ended.
The financially disadvantaged spouse may also be entitled to reimbursement for the costs, expenses and attorney fees he or she incurs in the divorce action.
When you work with our lawyers, you will have a chance to ask questions, gather answers and learn more about spousal support (alimony) and other important divorce proceedings as they apply to your case.
Reach Out To Learn More
If you are contemplating filing for divorce, but aren’t sure what to do next or your spouse has already filed for divorce and you need to respond, contact our family law attorneys, Amanda M. Como and Benjamin F. Goodwin, for a free consultation concerning your rights.
Attorneys Benjamin F. Goodwin and Amanda M. Como