Although not granted in every divorce, spousal support can be a very important issue in some divorces. Spousal support, also known as alimony, is an amount of money paid by one divorcing spouse to the other when the receiving spouse has a need for a contribution and the paying spouse has the ability to pay. Spousal support can be ordered to be paid during the divorce, for a period of time after the divorce is final, or even permanently.
If you are seeking or opposing spousal support in your divorce, the attorneys at All American Law can prepare and present a strong case to the judge that supports your interests and needs.
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