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Spousal Support and Alimony

Three Decades of Experience in Complex Divorce Issues

A pertinent concern in many divorce situations revolves around spousal support, also known as alimony. Will spousal maintenance be a factor in your particular circumstances? Are you entitled to receive funds from your former spouse to help maintain the standard of living you are used to? Will you be required to pay alimony, and if so, for how long?

At the law firm of Trinity Law, we provide answers to your questions regarding spousal support. Our York, Pennsylvania, alimony lawyers have more than 30 years of experience working with men and women to determine if and when spousal maintenance is applicable in a divorce case. Each case is different. Our vast level of experience allows us to take a holistic approach to your particular situation, helping you work toward your desired outcome.

To arrange a confidential divorce and alimony consultation, contact our office online, or call us at 717-843-8046 or toll free at 866-464-5297. We represent clients in Harrisburg, Lancaster, Manchester, Mechanicsburg and the surrounding communities.

Lancaster, PA, Spousal Support Lawyers Viewing Your Case From Every Angle

Spousal support is most typically a factor in long-term marriages where spouses have relied on one another’s income and services to the family for an extended period of time. When this is the case, it is important to establish if alimony is necessary in the situation and how much should be paid. Factors taken into consideration in determining the necessity of temporary, rehabilitative or permanent spousal support payments, include:

  • the length of the marriage
  • the age and health of both parties
  • the lifestyle both parties are accustomed to living
  • the earning capacity of both parties

There are no laws making alimony payments mandatory. There is not a specific formula for determining what amount, if any, should be paid and for how long. This is why it is critically important to have a skilled alimony attorney on your side. Your attorney will carefully analyze the details of your marriage, helping to set reasonable goals regarding seeking spousal maintenance payments or standing strong against the other party’s request for payment.