The factors a judge must consider when they’re determining how much alimony to award is written into the Maryland Code. When the judge is awarding alimony, they will use an analysis of this code to help them decide on how much alimony to give and for how long. Generally, judges prefer awarding rehabilitative alimony, which is a type of alimony that supports one party for a limited time while they work on becoming self-sufficient. Sometimes, though, the court will award indefinite alimony. To ensure that you’re awarded the alimony payments that work best for you and your spouse, it’s best to discuss your case with a divorce lawyer before entering the court room.
Choosing a Lawyer for Divorce and Alimony Proceedings
If you’re looking for a lawyer who can help you through your divorce and alimony proceedings, The Law Office of Rowena N. Nelson is the right choice for you. We have years of experience working in the family law field, and we’re able to provide help through every step of your case.
We understand how difficult and confusing these proceedings can be, and we’ll be there to answer every one of your questions and help you in any way that we can. We’ll handle your case capably and competently, and we’ll go the extra mile to ensure that we give you the best service possible.
If you have any questions about the complicated alimony process, we are here for you. Contact us today to set up an appointment to discuss your case.