Montgomery County Spousal Support Lawyer
Extensive Experience in Divorces Involving Spousal Support
Judges in Pennsylvania are not required to award either party alimony when couples divorce. These cases are complicated and an experienced family law attorney is needed to advocate for or against spousal support.
Whether you are seeking alimony help or believe you should not be required to pay, we are ready to help you. Our spousal support attorneys in Montgomery County have practiced in family law for more than 30 years and have extensive experience representing clients in complex cases.
Concerned about meeting your financial obligations because of an alimony order? Contact us to schedule a consultation at our law office near the Montgomery County Courthouse.
How is Spousal Support Calculated?
At Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C., we have helped hundreds of clients resolve complicated family law disputes for more than three decades. Our attorneys have extensive experience successfully resolving cases in Montgomery County and throughout the five-county area.
We have a thorough understanding of the factors judges use when determining if someone qualifies for spousal support, such as:
- The age and health of both parties
- The earning capacity of each party to maintain his or her lifestyle
- Whether one of the spouses relied on the other one for financial support
- Whether either spouse passed up educational opportunities to raise children
- The property each party obtained in the division of assets
If spousal support is warranted, our lawyers work closely with forensic accountants to determine the amount of support needed to maintain a healthy lifestyle for you and your children.
Determining If Clients Qualify for Temporary or Permanent Spousal Support
We are committed to clearly explaining your legal options. Our attorneys will spell out the differences between temporary and permanent spousal support and how they apply to your situation.
Temporary spousal support helps individuals until the divorce is final. This option makes it possible for both sides to afford a divorce attorney, allowing them to make informed decisions about child support and other pending divorce matters.
Our Montgomery County spousal support attorneys have extensive experience helping clients obtain long-term spousal support, also known as permanent alimony. We work with forensic accountants to establish the incomes of self-employed spouses. Our attorneys may also work with experts to show that your health or age would make it difficult to launch an immediate career.
Whether you are seeking alimony or believe you should not be obligated to pay spousal support, we will fight for your interests. Call us at (610) 624-2006 to schedule a consultation.