Alimony is financial support one spouse pays the other during and/or after a divorce. As you navigate through the process of establishing alimony, it is necessary to have a qualified and experienced attorney on your side. At Charlton and Glover, P.C., we make it our priority to protect your interests as decisions about alimony and spousal support are being made. Schedule your free initial consultation today.
Before alimony will be awarded to either spouse, they must show that they have a genuine need for it. In order to be eligible, the courts will look at a few different factors. Among these are:
There is no formula for deciding an amount for alimony payments, but our attorneys can assess your situation and give you an idea on where you stand in the settlement. Each state has different laws on spousal support, and our alimony lawyers can help you understand what the law states in Georgia.
There are 3 types of alimony in the state of Georgia:
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