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Alimony Lawyers in Michigan

Fighting for Spousal Support for Michigan Residents

Despite Michigan’s status as a no-fault divorce state, there are still instances where spousal support, otherwise known as alimony, may be awarded to one party. In the past, the awarding of alimony was only given to the wife, however once no-fault divorce became law these awards became gender neutral.

Therefore, the court may require either party in a divorce to pay support in order to allow the other spouse to maintain ownership of personal property and other standards of living held prior to the breakup. However, it is important to recognize all divorces do not result in the paying of alimony.

As your Michigan alimony attorney, your counsel from Grewal Law PLLC will be an advocate for you. Whether or not you are the one seeking support or you are the one who is facing paying spousal support, we can help you throughout the entire court proceedings.

Call us today at (888) 211-5798 for your free consultation.

Determining Support in a Divorce

Factors impacting the awarding of spousal support can include:

  • The age of the spouse
  • The Length of the marriage
  • Monetary contribution of each party to the standard of living shared by the couple
  • Income potential of each individual party
  • Other factors sometimes considered include health, education, and fault in the ending of the marriage

The Michigan spousal support awards are designed to fairly balance income after the end of a marriage. These awards are important in cases where one spouse may have earned significantly less income than the other party or where one spouse stayed home to raise the family. Determining alimony can be complex and can be emotional for the parties involved. As your divorce lawyers, we will work with you to ensure a fair judgment is made in your divorce.

Understanding the Types of Alimony/Spousal Support

There are different types of alimony which exist in Michigan. Some awards are fixed amounts while others are modified at specific intervals.

The three types of alimony in Michigan are:

  • Permanent periodic
  • Lump sum
  • Rehabilitative

Spousal support may be essential for you to continue to live the way you did prior to the breakup and we can help you get the award you deserve. Our legal team understands the process of asking for spousal support can be emotional and we will give you the respect you deserve throughout the entire proceedings.

In contrast, if you are the party who will be paying spousal support or alimony, we will work to ensure the court makes fair and appropriate judgments. At Grewal Law PLLC, we understand the tax ramifications and long-term financial impact paying spousal support can have on your ability to start a new life after your divorce.

It is vital to have experienced counsel who will make sure you are not unreasonably punished by paying alimony payments. We will also make sure the court considers the other party’s ability to obtain gainful employment to provide for their own well-being along with other factors which could reduce the amount you are required to pay.

Our team of legal professionals is waiting to hear from you. Reach out to us at (888) 211-5798 for your free consultation.

Adjustments to Existing Support After a Divorce

Working as your alimony lawyer we can also represent you when seeking revisions to the awarded amounts of existing spousal support. For instance, if a spouse is providing support for a minor once the child reaches the age of 18 adjustments may be considered for current alimony amounts. Other factors impacting the allowance for support include the income of the party who receives such payments. If his or her financial situation improves, the court may also consider changing the amount of alimony you are required to pay to the other party.

Alimony/Spousal Support Divorce Lawyer in Michigan

Facing issues related to alimony or spousal support can be overwhelming, you deserve to have a team of family law lawyers who will advocate for you. Our team will serve as your compassionate legal counsel helping you handle alimony/spousal support issues.

When looking for a Michigan alimony attorney to help you with alimony or spousal support don’t hesitate to contact Grewal Law PLLC.

Reach out for your free consultation today at (888) 211-5798.

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