Helping You Understand How Alimony Is Handled In A Divorce
Alimony, also known as spousal support, is sometimes necessary during or after a divorce to help one spouse stay afloat financially and work toward becoming self-supporting. The law firm of Stuart C. Axilbund, Attorney at Law, assists clients going through a divorce and provides exceptional guidance and counsel through difficult issues, including alimony determinations. Founding attorney Stuart C. Axilbund has nearly 30 years of experience handling a wide range of family law matters, including alimony/spousal support. He can help you understand your rights and how alimony is treated by the courts here in Maryland.
What To Know About Alimony And Spousal Support
In Maryland, there are three types of spousal support:
- Alimony pendente lite: This is awarded while the divorce proceeding is pending.
- Rehabilitative alimony: This type of support is awarded at the time of divorce and is intended to enable the receiving spouse to become self-supporting.
- Permanent alimony: In cases where there is a great difference between the income or lifestyle of the spouses and it would be unfair to one spouse to not receive assistance, permanent alimony may be awarded.
Based on your individual situation, our attorney will inform you as to what you can expect and how the court will determine alimony in your case. Many factors are considered, including:
- Incomes of both spouses
- Length of the marriage
- Conduct of each party during the marriage
- Earning capacity for each spouse
- Contributions to the marriage
- Job prospects and ability to become self-supporting for the spouse requesting support
The firm has significant experience handling family law matters. Mr. Axilbund has built a trusted firm where clients receive the personal service and solutions-focused approach they need. He is dedicated to protecting each client’s interests. He can also provide guidance and representation in the event that your situation requires enforcement or modification of alimony.
Get The Protection You Deserve In Spousal Support Matters
Mr. Axilbund is fluent in the language of the laws that govern divorce and alimony in Maryland. To learn more about how to seek an alimony payment in a divorce, or challenge the request for one, talk to him today. Call 410-670-8425 or contact the firm online to schedule a consultation. Appointments are available between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., with evening hours by request.
The firm’s office is located within a few blocks of the Baltimore County Circuit courts. Free parking is provided. Credit cards — Visa and MasterCard — are accepted. German translation is available.