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- A monetary amount meant for your child’s continued daily support
- A monetary amount dedicated to your child’s medical care
- Work or education-related expenses associated with your child
- Reimbursement of any public assistance payments already made on the child’s behalf
Otherwise known as alimony, spousal maintenance is payments the courts require one spouse make to the other for support. Several factors influence whether or not spousal maintenance is awarded. These factors include, but are not limited to, the length of the marriage, contributions to the marital estate, health and education levels of both parties, financial resources, and career advancement opportunities.
Spousal maintenance also comes in two forms: temporary and permanent. We can help advocate on your behalf for fair and just spousal maintenance award, ensuring that the formal discovery phase is handled with care and complete disclosure of necessary facts and documentation.
- Below the age of 18
- Under the age of 20 and still enrolled in high school
- Of any age who is unable to support themselves due to physical or mental disabilities