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Dividing a household income can be complex. It can be more difficult when one spouse is dependent. In these situations, the court may give one spouse the right to collect spousal support or alimony. Alimony is a payment made from one spouse to the other either on a temporary or permanent basis. At the law office of Michael B. Greenstein, we can help you collect alimony or defend against unfair or unmanageable spousal support obligations. When facing divorce, you need an advocate who can effectively protect your rights and financial interests.
Protect your rights and your future with experienced family law advocacy. Call our Pittsburgh alimony lawyer at 412-371-4500 or contact us by e-mail for a free telephone consultation.
Collecting alimony after divorce
When you are a dependent spouse, you may be concerned about how you will support yourself after a divorce. You may be out of work or have lost skills over time that would have brought in a secure income. In these situations, you want to know your rights and options for collecting alimony or spousal support. Our attorney will review your situation and aggressively fight for your right to collect support.
Support determinations will be based factors including:
- The education of both parties
- The income of both parties
- Agreements made during the course of the marriage
- The duration of the marriage
- Current standard of living
- Any opportunities for training or employment
Protect your rights and security after divorce
In addition to helping dependent spouses collect alimony, Michael Greenstein can also help you prevent unmanageable spousal support obligations and protect your rights during property division. He will help you understand the Pennsylvania alimony laws, identify determining factors and how statutes will affect your rights, and help you aggressively defend your interests. If an alimony support settlement or determination is already in place, he can help you seek a support modification or enforcement of that order.
There are many alimony lawyers in PA. Call now and you will find out why Attorney Greenstein is the right one for you.
When you need clear answers to difficult family law questions, call attorney Michael B. Greenstein at 412-371-4500, or contact by email (below). Find him on Facebook.