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When couples are going through a divorce, one of the main points of concern for both parties is alimony. Those who need to receive alimony payments may be concerned about their financial future, and those who might pay alimony worry that they will struggle with payments. Although alimony is a concern during most divorces, there's no reason to be anxious about it. With the right legal counsel, alimony can be a simple and fair process for both you and your spouse. The Boston alimony attorneys at Miller Law Group, P.C. have helped hundreds of people achieve their desired outcome for alimony. If you need legal assistance with your alimony case, let our firm help you every step of the way.
Call our Boston alimony lawyers for a free consultation today at (508) 502-7002. We are ready to take your call 24/7!
What Are the Alimony Laws in Massachusetts?
In Massachusetts, there aren’t any set amounts or percentages for alimony. Courts determine alimony payments by factoring together numerous details, including how long you were married and how much either party contributed to the marriage. Many different factors contribute to the amount of alimony paid and how long it will last. The factors the court considered is based on the couple’s relationship and their financial needs.
Some of the factors that Massachusetts courts use to determine alimony include:
- The length of the marriage
- The earning capacity of both parties
- The roles of both spouses during their marriage
- The needs of their children
- How each party contributed to the acquisition of property
- The health conditions of both spouses
Massachusetts Alimony Modifications
If you already have your alimony agreement set, but it no longer works with you or your former partner’s life, you still can make changes that adjust to your new circumstances. You may have unexpected financial setbacks, a new job, or looking ahead to relocating. Regardless of what the change may be, you should still have an experienced attorney guiding you to obtain your desired outcome.
Alimony may change or end due to the following situations:
- The death of the payor
- The death of the payee
- Remarriage of the payee (this causes a change in income)
- If the recipient moves in with a new partner
- If either one obtains a new job or a raise
Need Legal Assistance? Call Our Boston Alimony Lawyers Today at (508) 502-7002!
Miller Law Group, P.C. we focus on crafting agreements that give our clients a strong future. We help them find a rational, cost-effective, and long-lasting solution for their alimony concerns, helping couples avoid months of costly litigation and delays. Our clients don’t just get the help of an experienced attorney: they also get the help of our entire legal team. We meet every week to discuss client’s cases and to obtain different perspectives. As a result, you'll have an entire thoroughly-prepared law firm behind you as we strategize the best way to meet your unique goals and needs.
Call us today for a free consultation at (508) 502-7002! Our consultations are entirely confidential.