Simply stated, alimony is the legal obligation for either a former husband or former wife to pay their respective ex-spouse a set amount of money after the conclusion of their divorce.
Types Of Alimony
- Permanent Alimony
- Temporary Alimony
- Reimbursement Alimony
- Rehabilitative Alimony
Why Is Alimony Necessary?
During a marriage, both the husband and wife become accustomed to a certain lifestyle. In some situations, this means one spouse works a traditional job and brings home a paycheck. The other spouse raises the children and maintains the household. In other scenarios, one spouse may work additional hours or work a second job so the other spouse can go to school.
Alimony may be awarded to one spouse to help maintain the standard of living they attained during the marriage.
Why You Should Contact A Kemp, Ruge & Green Lawyer About Alimony
The lawyers with the Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group are ready to protect your financial interests. You deserve to ensure your financial position after your divorce. Don’t get bullied into settling for less. Contact Kemp, Ruge & Green today.
From representing you as your divorce lawyer to assisting you with child custody issues, the attorneys of Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group are here to aggressively pursue your legal rights during the entire process. If you are even thinking about making a life-changing decision regarding your domestic situation, please consult with a family law attorney. At Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group, you can sit down with a lawyer and discuss your family law situation during a FREE initial consultation. Please call us at (727) 848-OVER.