Alimony Lawyer Woburn MA
Will You Receive Alimony or Will You Have to Pay Alimony?
Whether or not alimony will be paid by one spouse to the other is often a difficult issue to resolve in a divorce. If you are going through a divorce you will want to make sure you have an experienced lawyer who understands the Alimony Law and how it is applied. Woburn alimony attorney Pauline Scalley has been protecting individuals going through divorce for over two decades. She is familiar with the Massachussettes courts and she understands the challenges involved in spousal maintenance disputes.
Massachusetts Alimony Laws
Alimony laws are applied in a gender neutral manner. Alimony may be paid by either the husband or the wife. The amount of support is based upon the recipient’s need for support in consideration of the obligor’s ability to pay. Alimony is commonly awarded in long-term marriages.
Massachusetts alimony law outlines a formula to determine the duration of alimony and designates four different types of alimony:
- General alimony
- Rehabilitative alimony
- Reimbursement alimony
- Transitional alimony
Contact Woburn MA Family Law Attorney Pauline Scalley
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