Deer Park Divorce Lawyer
Spousal Support Modifications
When a divorce is settled, there may be
spousal support orders that require one spouse to make payments to the other for a certain
length of time after the divorce. This is usually the case if one spouse
makes a significant amount of money more than the other and how long the
couple was married. However, after a certain amount of time, the need
often arises for the support order to be modified. There are many reasons
why may be necessary, including:
- The spouse receiving support gets a new job, promotion, or raise, rendering
spousal support unnecessary.
- The spouse paying support loses his or her job or is no longer able to
keep up payments.
- One spouse becoming permanently disabled or otherwise unable to work.
- One spouse remarrying
These are just a few of the reasons why a spousal support modification
may be pursued. Whether you are seeking the modification or fighting against
it, you need a Deer Park divorce attorney to help fight your case. We
will fight for your best interest and make sure you do not get slammed
with a larger payment, or, on the other hand, lose the support you so
Divorce Attorney Serving Deer Park
At Slate & Associates, Attorneys at Law, we have the experience you
are looking for in a divorce attorney. We can help you with all of your
divorce needs including
child custody and more. When it comes to spousal support, every little bit affects the
lives of both spouses. It is therefore essential that you have an attorney
fighting to make sure you can still make ends meet after the order is
modified. We understand that if you are receiving support you rely on
that money every month and may not be able to afford to not have it. If
you are paying support, you may be struggling to make that payment every
month as it is, and simply cannot afford to increase the amount. Whatever
your circumstance may be, we will aggressively fight on your behalf to
do everything we can to ensure that you get a satisfactory result.
Contact a Deer Park divorce attorney
to represent you in your spousal support modification case.