Are You Or Your Spouse Entitled To Spousal Maintenance?
Clients often ask if spousal maintenance will be awarded in divorce. Sometimes known as alimony, spousal maintenance is typically awarded by the court based on two things:
- Does one spouse have a financial need for spousal maintenance?
- Can the other spouse pay for it?
At Smith Law Office, P.C., we can advocate for a fair award in court. Highly skilled family law attorney, Terry Smith, has experience representing both sides for spousal maintenance claims. With over two decades of legal experience in Arizona, she has a deep understanding of the law and outstanding confidence in the courtroom. She applies her legal knowledge in an organized and thorough argument in court.
However, we encourage sitting down at the bargaining table to reach an agreement over divorce matters whenever possible. Using methods of alternative dispute resolution can help you and your spouse decide on an award that fits both of your needs without wasting your time and money.
Versatile And Personal Representation Based On Your Needs
- An attorney with former prosecutor experience for bringing claims to court: As a former prosecutor, attorney Smith has the courtroom experience to strongly advocate for your best interests. If you are a parent facing divorce, then you will benefit from her deep knowledge involved in the legislature related to laws and propagation of statues related to families and children as the former director of the Governor’s Office for Children.
- Highly organized representation for defending against claims: Attorney Smith and the paraprofessionals at our firm offer detailed and organized service. We will uncover any important details to defend against claims. We will determine if you have included all necessary deductions and help you achieve a fair order.
Do Not Wait Any Longer For The Right Attorney
We pride ourselves on responsive service. We promptly return emails and calls because we know our clients are facing urgent legal matters. Contact our office in Maricopa County to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer. Reach us by calling 480-535-9818, or fill out a convenient online contact form.