Spousal Support Attorney | Serving Washington, DC
One of the Most Feared Family Law Attorneys in the DC Metro Area. Named Top Divorce Attorney by Bethesda Magazine, May 2010, Top Divorce Attorney, Washingtonian Magazine.
Spousal support, also called alimony or spousal maintenance, may be awarded to a spouse in a divorce under certain conditions, including the length of the marriage, the difference in earning power, and the ability to pay. Courts, however, are not required to award spousal support.
If you need spousal support it is in your best interest to consult with a Washington family law attorney experienced in obtaining spousal support for clients. The attorney can prepare your arguments, present your evidence to the court, rebut the opposition’s arguments, and prepare the necessary documents for the court.
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