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Spousal support is determined by the court to mitigate the economic effects of divorce on one party -
and the factors include a spouse's earning capacity, length of marriage, standard of living, age, health and more. Prescott legal works with both payor and recipient spouses to achieve the most fair and simple solutions for alimony.
Alimony and spousal support arrangements are an integral part of many divorces. We advocate for our clients whether they are payors or recipients to position them for the best quality of life after divorce.
Alimony or spousal support does not have to be predicated on divorce proceedings. Our practice leads you through a request for adequate financial support without divorce – or stands with you through the entire process if you receive such a request.
Conflicts over spousal support arrangements can arise through the negotiation process before a judge’s final determination, and it’s critical to have a strong advocate on your side. We also support payors or receivers whose circumstances have changed and who need to challenge an existing alimony settlement.
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