Spousal Support & Alimony Lawyers
Proudly Representing Men & Women in Putnam County: (845) 605-4330
Family law issues involving children, money, and property can be marred by harmful allegations and tense arguments. It is ideal to go through a divorce in the most amicable and non-confrontational manner as possible, but doing so is not always possible. We are able to help our clients prevail using our tough negotiation skills and we are not afraid to try your case in court aggressively.
- Why Choose Our Spousal Support Attorneys?
- 75+ Years of Combined Legal Experience
- Won Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for Family Attorney
- Knowledgeable, Caring, Trial-Tested Advocacy
- We Treat Every Client with Respect
- Dozens of 5-Star Reviews from Clients
- Confidential Consultation to Discuss Your Case
As leading family law attorneys, we have handled complex spousal support cases with precision and skill. We have represented high-net-worth families and resolved contested and uncontested divorce cases, making certain that all of our clients have been protected fully every step of the way.
Call today to schedule a case review to discuss your situation: (845) 605-4330.
Understanding the Importance of Spousal Support
Spousal support, also known as spousal maintenance or alimony, of which there are two types, temporary and permanent, requires the higher-earning spouse to pay support to the lower-earning spouse. Temporary maintenance is to be used during the time when a divorce proceeding has not yet been finalized. You can also file for permanent spousal maintenance which can be awarded post-divorce judgment.
When determining the need for spousal support, the court may consider the following:
- The income and property of both spouses
- The length of the marriage
- The age, health, and fitness of both spouses
- How much both spouses can earn for a living
- The educational level of both spouses
Spousal support will be a tremendous financial responsibility for both payee and payor, and it is crucial to realize the importance of adhering to a support agreement. Failing to pay a monthly support obligation can jeopardize the ability for your former spouse to provide for your children and could have both civil and criminal repercussions, including a lawsuit or even a bench warrant for arrest.
We Work Toward Fair Resolutions. Call Our Attorneys Today!
When it comes to spousal support, consulting a legal professional will be a critical step in obtaining a fair court order. If the court steps in and orders spousal support to be paid, the court order could pose a significant financial burden on a payor, especially if the payor was expecting a different outcome. Having represented many men and women throughout New York, we know how to protect your rights and seek a fair resolution.
Call our office at (845) 605-4330 today to speak with our proficient spousal support lawyers or schedule a consultation to learn more about your legal options.
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