Spousal Support Attorney Serving the South Metro
If you made most (or all) of the money for the household during your marriage, it’s possible that your ex will request spousal support after the divorce.
Will they get it? If the judge determines your ex can’t afford to make a living with their current job or they don’t have the means to get gainful employment, you bet they’ll get spousal support. It’s important to hire a family law attorney to help you through it.
What is Spousal Support Based On?
Not every divorce results in spousal support. Plenty of couples have split and gone their own ways financially. But if your divorce does lead to spousal support, it’ll be based on these factors:
- How long you were married
- Your employment and how much you each earn
- Prenups and other marital agreements
- Division of marital property
- You and your ex’s health and age
- You and your ex’s education levels
- And more
How Much is Spousal Support & How Long Does Spousal Support Last?
There are no specific guidelines for how much spousal support you’ll have to pay and you’ll have to keep making payments until your ex is remarried, cohabitating, or dead. If you’re getting divorced and need to know your options for spousal support, our attorneys can help you.
At Therres Law Office, our family law attorneys are welcoming, personable, and collaborative. We offer a comforting presence and give helpful guidance from a place of genuine care.
But when it comes to unfair negotiations and unfriendly courtrooms, our claws come out. We are probably all that stands between you and an overwhelming judicial system, so we take it very seriously.
We’re eager to wield our experience to help you feel safe and self-assured as you negotiate terms that affect the most precious part of your life — Your family. Call 952-226-2223 for your free consultation!