Need Help with Alimony in Arizona?
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Are you facing alimony problems in Arizona? Our Arizona alimony attorney and staff can help. Alimony is also known as spousal maintenance. Alimony is the regular payments made to a spouse to provide support during or after a divorce in Arizona.
Divorcing spouses can agree to alimony terms or spousal support amounts. They could also have them determined by an Arizona family court. When you are going through a divorce, our Maricopa County divorce lawyers can help you determine if you are eligible for alimony and what the chances are that you may be awarded support.
Furthermore, our experienced divorce and family attorneys understand how difficult and emotional divorce proceedings are and how important it is to protect your rights at all times and ensure you are treated fairly. This is why we provide compassionate and personalized support when you deal with contentious family law issues like alimony.
Alimony Factors in Arizona include:
- Duration of the marriage
- Existence of any children with physical or mental disabilities
- Martial misconduct or family violence
- The ability to be employed and ability to provide for minimum financial needs
- The contribution as a homemaker
- Ability of the supporting spouse to provide for the other spouse and pay child support
- Unnecessary expenditure of community property by either party
Even if the other spouse has been convicted of domestic violence, courts usually assume that an order for alimony or spousal support is not appropriate and therefore must be convinced otherwise based on the above criteria.
How is Spousal Support in Arizona determined?
Candace Kallen is an Arizona Alimony Attorney at My AZ Lawyers. You may be eligible for spousal maintenance, or alimony if you have been married for quite some time (a marriage of long duration) and you have made sacrifices for your spouse to get ahead in his/her career, now the marriage is falling apart. In this video I explain what a marriage of long duration is, and what factors play into alimony or when spousal support should be considered.
Spousal support or alimony is determined through the Arizona family court system. Arizona family law courts have a variety of factors to consider when determining the amount and duration of spousal support to be paid.
Trusted Representation in Maricopa, Pinal, and Pima County
It may be necessary for our Arizona Alimony Attorney to show the court you have made a good-faith effort to earn income on your own or develop skills to provide for basic needs during the separation and divorce proceedings.
The job of our Arizona family law firm as your legal representative is to provide reliable advocacy and negotiate with the other side for the best outcome possible. Speak with our Arizona legal team to ensure your rights are respected throughout the entire maintenance process.
Give us a call to discuss your situation with our Arizona Alimony Attorney and staff. Call (480) 263-1699.