Massachusetts Family Law Attorneys
Alimony

Dedham Alimony Lawyers

Spousal Support Attorney in Dedham, MA & Beyond

The purpose of alimony is to help a spouse maintain a similar lifestyle as the one they had during the marriage. Alimony is often a concern for divorcing couples because they’re unsure of how much alimony they will be receiving or be required to pay. There are many different aspects that impact a court’s decision regarding alimony plans. With an experienced attorney on your side, you can help make sure you're receiving or paying a fair amount. At Miller Law Group, P.C., we are dedicated to helping clients throughout Massachusetts achieve their desired results from family law litigation. Our team has the skills, resources, and experience needed to obtain a strong, long-term solution for your case.

Call our Dedham alimony attorneys today at (781) 328-1453 for a free consultation. We are available to speak to you 24/7!

Alimony Laws in Massachusetts

Massachusetts courts create alimony plans by analyzing numerous factors; that's why there aren’t any set amounts or percentages a spouse is required to pay. Judges understand that every situation is different, that is why the they will examine the couple’s financial situation and make a determination based on that information. Without adequate legal representation, you may not know if you are getting a fair alimony agreement.

Massachusetts courts determine alimony by analyzing various factors, including:

  • Length of the marriage
  • Earning capacity of both spouses
  • Both spouse’s role during the marriage
  • The needs of any children in the marriage
  • How much each spouse contributed to the acquisition of property
  • Age and health of both spouses

By far, the best way to ensure your alimony agreement works for you is to craft it yourself. Couples have the option of creating their own alimony agreements out-of-court, which is both cost-effective, quicker, and less likely to be emotionally draining. If (and only if) couples are unable to come to an agreement outside of the courtroom, they'll take their case before a judge to be litigated. Our Dedham alimony lawyers can help you craft a solution outside of court to save you both money and time.

Can I Make Modifications to My Alimony Plan?

If either party experiences significant financial shifts, they can request an alimony modification. Regardless of whether the payee or the payer experiences a significant change, such as a new job, the court will determine if the change justifies altering your alimony.

Alimony can end or be changed due to the following circumstances:

  • The death of the payer
  • The death of the payee
  • Remarriage of the payee
  • If the recipient moves in with a new partner
  • Either party gets a new job or a raise

Call Our Dedham Alimony Attorneys Today at (781) 328-1453!

At Miller Law Group, P.C., we create a tailored approach to every client’s needs because we know that every case is unique. Our firm also understands how emotional crafting an alimony agreement can be, so we provide our clients with clear counsel to steer them away from potentially damaging decisions. Our firm also collaborates on every case by giving it the benefit of the entire firm's insight and experience, allowing us to develop strong cases that helps our clients achieve a fair outcome. We also work with various experts to thoroughly prepare every aspect of your case. If you hire our firm, you can rest assured that we are working tirelessly to help you get what you need.

Call our Dedham alimony lawyers today at (781) 328-1453 for a free consultation! We are available to speak 24/7.

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