Alimony is no longer an automatic part of the divorce settlement. However, it may still be awarded on a temporary or permanent basis for the support of either spouse. Spousal support can include cash or property, payable in a lump sum at the time of the divorce, or over a set period of time.
Our attorneys at Warner Bates are experienced in all types of divorce and family law cases. We have been handling cases involving Georgia family law for more than 40 years. Our firm is rare in that we focus exclusively on family law cases. We can answer your questions about spousal support and represent you effectively in order to ensure that you are protected.
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The courts also look at the standard of living set during the marriage and the time required for either party to acquire sufficient education or training to enable full employment, among other considerations. Alimony is not always granted as part of the divorce settlement. Your attorney can help you achieve the results for which you are looking. Rely on Warner Bates for professional, experienced advocacy.
When awarded, the amount of alimony is set at the discretion of the judge or jury. For this reason, the skill and experience of your Atlanta divorce attorney plays a large role in the final outcome. The financial value of alimony is especially meaningful in divorces involving high incomes or significant assets.
Warner Bates attorneys lead the legal profession in experience and knowledge of divorce and alimony matters. Our many years representing divorcing clients and our extensive litigation experience create a significant advantage for clients who are seeking alimony and for those who are ordered to pay it. We are here to serve you and to represent you with excellence.
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