Spousal Support and Maintenance
The Laws of the State of Texas allow either spouse to seek post-divorce spousal maintenance. Spousal Support is sometimes referred to as "alimony." Call us today we can help determine if you are eligible or responsible for spousal support. It is important to note that there are many factors taken into consideration when determining ones' eligibility. The factors to be considered are the amount of time the parties have been married, the ability of each party to earn a living and any history of family violence within the marriage. There are also income requirements, medical disability standards and time limitations to which any maintenance awards are subject under the law.
Carabin Shaw attorneys have advised hundreds of family law clients and has fought for their clients to protect their rights. We have a detailed knowledge, understanding and expertise in the areas of divorce, including the rules and requirements of spousal support, maintenance and alimony. We will evaluate your situation and advise you as to all matters pertaining to eligibility. We will fight to protect your rights under the law of the state.
We will provide you with the personal attention and aggressive legal representation that you deserve. We will work with you to achieve your objectives, safeguard your rights and protect all of the legal and financial interests to which you are entitled. It is our privilege to represent you, call us, we can help.
If you believe that you may be entitled to post-divorce spousal support and maintenance, or if spousal maintenance is being sought from you, call an experienced Family Law Attorney - we can help.