Spousal Support Lawyers in Pearland
High Quality Representation at a Lower Cost
Post-divorce spousal support did not exist in this state until 1997. Possible amount and duration of spousal support have been increased by the legislature for divorces filed on or after September 1, 2011.
If you are going through a divorce involving spousal support, it is in your best interests to retain the services of an experienced spousal support attorney from our firm. With Slate & Associates, Attorneys at Law, you will have the representation of a skilled and experienced lawyer with a track record of success.
Our team has Over 100+ years of combined experience. Together, we have consistently won cases against the large downtown law firms, and we are proud of our ability to represent clients with a high level of skill at a lower cost than those firms. Go to this link if you would like to learn more about the firm.
Pearland Alimony Attorneys: Outstanding Representation
Alimony is usually temporary, awarded until the spouse receiving the support can reasonably be expected to make ends meet without support. However, there are some cases when alimony is permanent, for example, when the spouse receiving support is permanently disabled and unable to work.
Several factors are considered in determining spousal support, including:
- How long the marriage lasted
- The ability of each spouse to pay support
- How much money each spouse makes
- Whether a spouse is disabled
If circumstances change over time, it is possible to seek modification of spousal support. The court will consider the recent information to determine if the amount of alimony set is fair, too high, too low, or altogether unnecessary.
Contact us for outstanding representation with spousal support and any divorce or family law matter.