How To Attain Spousal Support During Your Divorce
While a divorce case is pending, you may be entitled to receive temporary spousal maintenance. Once the case is concluded, this form of maintenance ends.
A divorce decree may also require payment, after a case concludes, of permanent spousal maintenance or rehabilitative spousal maintenance.
Although not often needed, an individual may be awarded spousal support permanently if the individuals earning ability is impaired due to health problems.
Other factors taken into consideration when determining spousal support include:
- Education of each spouse
- Employment and income
- Marketable skills
- Amount of time unemployed
- Decisions made during division of assets
- Each spouses homemaking responsibilities
Have An Experienced Attorney On Your Side
You don’t have to deal with this situation alone. Whether you think you will be asked to provide spousal maintenance or you think you are in need of financial help, I can help. Contact my firm, Cindy L. Kenworthy, P.C., to help you work through this difficult time. For the well-being of both you and your children, it is important to know that you can trust me to invest in the pursuit of your interests.
I will provide you with an honest assessment of the situation and of your options. Call the firm in Indianapolis at 317-298-2525.