How Is Spousal Support Determined In Nebraska?
If you need an Omaha spousal support lawyer, contact Higgins Law at 402-933-7600 to schedule a consultation.
Spousal support, also known as spousal maintenance or alimony, is calculated differently from child support. The court will consider several factors in determining whether spousal support should be awarded and in what amount. Factors such as length of marriage, financial contribution of each spouse, forgone education or employment opportunities, and the earning potential of each party will be considered.
Whether you are seeking alimony or resisting its award, your attorney must present effective, well-reasoned arguments as to why such support is necessary — or not. Count on our attorneys at Higgins Law to develop a strong case strategy after thoroughly investigating your situation.
Work With Experienced Nebraska Alimony Lawyers
In Nebraska, the awarding of spousal maintenance is not mechanical and automatic as with child support determinations. If a compromise cannot be reached, you will need to present the matter to the court. At Higgins Law, our attorneys have over 20 years of experience providing exceptional representation through all phases of the divorce litigation and mediation process. Our clients can rely upon our knowledge of the law and the details attendant to spousal support. As a recognized legal resource, founding attorney Matt Higgins enjoys the distinction of being AV Preeminent-rated* through Martindale-Hubbell.
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