Spousal Support

Spousal Support

When you are in the process of separation and divorce, the issues to be considered as you end the marriage relationship can seem overwhelming. Spousal support (formerly called “alimony”) is one of those important issues. 

Unlike child support, there is no formula for calculating spousal support.  If left to a Court, the judge has wide discretion to decide whether spousal support is appropriate and reasonable, which makes predicting what a particular judge will order impossible.  Parties who leave the matter of spousal support to the Court do so at great risk.  If spousal support is an issue in your case, you can rely on Attorney Linda J. Miller’s 30 plus years of experience to help you to decide how much support is reasonable for you.

Contact Linda Miller for information specific to your needs and circumstances.