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If you are going through a divorce, the issue of alimony has likely come up. Alimony, also known as spousal support, are payments which are made from one spouse to the other during or after the divorce. Typically, this decision is left up to the judge, however, payments could be mutually agreed upon, in an uncontested divorce, or follow the terms of a pre- or postnuptial agreement.

At the law firm of Elizabeth Warren, Esq. LLC, we strive to help our clients fully prepare for litigation, even if it is ultimately not needed. It is always better to be prepared, which includes explaining your options so you understand what to expect and answering any of your questions. We truly care about you as our client and want to ensure that your best interests and rights are protected.

Please reach out to us today at (614) 907-4771 to set up an appointment with a Columbus family law attorney.

Are Your Alimony Payments Fair?

There are a number of different reasons why alimony may be paid, including on a temporary basis or for rehabilitative purposes. During divorce proceedings, the court will decide whether to award alimony and if so, in what amount and for what length of time. Alimony is typically not required, which means that the judge will have to look over your paperwork and understand your circumstances to determine fair payments.

We are dedicated to making a strong case for you, ensuring that we are aiming for satisfactory results. If you have specific concerns, such as believing that your spouse is hiding assets, we can provide you with the resources and attention you need.

A few of the factors which may be considered include:

  • How long the marriage lasted
  • Each spouse's education and skills
  • Each spouse's income capability
  • Each spouse's current income
  • The physical and mental ability of each spouse

Whether you are the one who has been ordered to pay alimony or you require alimony after a divorce, Elizabeth Warren, Esq. LLC is here to help. Contact our Columbus alimony lawyer to learn more.

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