Spousal support can be one of the most contentious points of a divorce. Even if you and your former spouse are on amicable terms, you may not agree on an amount of spousal support or whether spousal support is even necessary. When you are facing this challenging legal matter, you need competent and knowledgeable legal guidance.
At Greenwood Law, our divorce attorneys represent clients in the Winston-Salem area who are going through alimony disputes. We have successfully obtained favorable outcomes in numerous spousal support cases for clients on both sides of the issue. Whether you need to obtain sufficient financial support from your spouse or you need to mitigate the amount of support you must pay, we can assist you.
How Do North Carolina Courts Determine Spousal Support?
In our state, family courts consider 16 factors when determining alimony. A few of these factors include:
- The incomes of both spouses
- The length of the marriage
- Each spouse’s standard of living during the marriage
- Each spouse’s assets and debts
- The relative education and professional training of each spouse
We Devise A Tailored Strategy To Get The Desired Solution
Because your case is unique, the strategy that we use must be unique as well. Our attorneys devise intelligent, tailored and cost-effective strategies intended to achieve the results you need.
We are often able to strategically negotiate with the opposing party to reach a mutually satisfactory arrangement. But if the best tactic for your case is to go to trial, then we will not hesitate to tenaciously represent you in court.
If You Are Concerned About Spousal Support, Contact Us
To discuss your case further with the lawyers at Greenwood Law, contact our Winston-Salem office by calling 336-794-6138 or sending an email. Se habla español. A consult fee is charged for family law. And, a consult fee is charged for immigration law.
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