Is your spouse not paying alimony? Are you in the middle of a divorce and want to receive the amount you deserve?
Divorce is often a difficult, stressful process. The process can be long and drawn out. In some cases, the process can be short and quick. Regardless of how your individual divorce process plays out, there are likely deep emotions involved. The dividing of assets and establishment of alimony can be a complex process to negotiate. An alimony attorney will be able to not only expedite the process, but also help relieve some of the stress of the legal paperwork and the subsequent negotiation process.
For example, Susan is filing for divorce. She goes to court completes the paperwork on her own. She also creates an inventory list of the items she wishes to keep after her divorce, and the amount of spousal support she would like to receive. Her husband is still upset that she filed for divorce, and offers her only a fraction of what she deserves out of the divorce. She declines. Her husband offers a bit more, which is usually a stalling technique utilized to wear her down emotionally, knowing that she simply wants out of this marriage. A few months later after many court appearances, Susan’s husband offers more alimony, yet it is still far less than she deserves. Mentally exhausted and fearing that the process will likely take much longer, Susan accepts the offer, dissolving her marriage with far less in spousal support than she should have received.
Plain and simple, Susan should have hired an alimony attorney.
Emotional stress can drive us to think irrationally and make bad decisions. An alimony attorney can be your “level-headed voice of reason”. When you are in the process of an emotional divorce, you want to get the alimony you deserve. Generally, stalling can be a tactic to wear you down, and persuade you to accept what is being offered. However, A.A. Castro Complex Litigation, Appeals & Negotiation, PLLC will not tire in representing you. As your alimony lawyer, we will negotiate a fair amount on your behalf by gathering and presenting evidence as to why you should receive (or pay) this amount.
Whether you are already divorced or you are in the middle of a divorce, please do not hesitate to contact us for counsel. Many divorce attorneys do not specialize in alimony cases. Under our guidance, we help you put your best foot forward, ensuring the likelihood that you receive the alimony amount that you are entitled to. As effective alimony attorneys who are well-informed in matrimonial, custodial, and divorce law, we can help you with your alimony case. Even if your spouse has stopped paying spousal support, we will stand by you to file a lawsuit on your behalf and pursue your partner who refuses to pay the prearranged amount.
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