Alimony Attorneys in Atlanta

Nearly 30 Years of Experience Providing Exceptional Legal Care

Sometimes a relationship needs to end, even if it is not the most financially-practical decision to make. If you are worried about how you will make ends-meet after a divorce, then it is crucial for you to speak with a family lawyer. At Connell & Cummings, we are motivated to help you secure your future. After nearly 30 years of experience and countless cases handled in exclusively family law, we have had the opportunity to secure alimony for clients who need it the most.

Our efficient Atlanta family law attorneys can be reached at (678) 616-2263. Let us help you secure your future with alimony.

How Can an Atlanta Family Law Attorney Help?

At Connell & Cummings, our attorneys are prepared to do more than merely advocate in court. Often, issues like alimony are resolved in collaboration outside of court. We represent you with confidence and provide you with specific, clarifying legal advice to help you make the best possible decisions throughout the process.

How Does It Work?

Alimony (or spousal support) is when one spouse makes payments to the other following the divorce to support him or her financially. In some cases, the alimony is considered rehabilitative, which simply means it is a temporary set of payments until the spouse can support himself or herself. Other times, alimony is longer term. Each case is different, so to find out about alimony for your case, you should consult with an attorney.

Some factors the courts may consider when determining alimony payments include:

  • The ability of one spouse to pay the needs of the other spouse
  • Grounds for the divorce (i.e. adultery)
  • Health of both spouses
  • Earning Capacity
  • Assets and expenses
  • Length of the marriage
  • Child-raising factors

Call us today ay (678) 616-2263 to discuss the specifics of your case.

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