Along with child custody and property division, spousal support (or "alimony") can be one of the most contentious issues in a divorce. If you are facing the end of your marriage and have concerns about paying or receiving spousal support, then it is highly advised that you seek experienced legal representation. A proven Henderson divorce attorney can help you navigate your spousal support issue and ensure that the court has the information it needs to make a fair determination.
At Ford & Friedman, we understand that most alimony concerns are not about greed or resentment, but about securing a stable financial future during a turbulent time in our clients' lives. We're ready to bring staunch advocacy to your divorce case and ensure that your spousal support and alimony concerns remain a priority throughout every phase of your case.
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Nevada courts can order different kinds of spousal support to serve different purposes during and after a divorce. For example, temporary spousal support may be awarded immediately to support a dependent spouse while the divorce is being completed. Rehabilitative spousal support can be ordered for a specific amount of time after a divorce to allow a dependent spouse to achieve financial independence. Permanent spousal support isn't as common as it used to be and, if it is ordered, is subject to periodic reviews to ensure that it is still necessary.
It is important to understand that state statutes and guidelines are not well-defined for spousal support orders in Nevada. That is why having a skilled and assertive spousal support lawyer can make a real difference in your future quality of life.
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