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Fighting To Protect Your Rights Regarding Spousal Support

For many couples who are divorcing, spousal support — also referred to as alimony — is an important issue with real financial implications.

During a divorce proceeding, the standard of living that was established during the marriage is a major consideration when determining spousal support and calculating the paying spouse’s obligation. No matter which side of the case you are on, be sure that you have an experienced alimony lawyer who will fight to protect your interests.

At Groshek Law PA, we will explain the issues involved in the calculation of spousal support and help you understand your rights in this often complicated family law process.

Turning Support Guidelines To Your Advantage

Spousal support and alimony cases can be difficult to understand. We have the knowledge and the skill to assist you through the process. We know the guidelines that the court applies in these matters and what it takes to build a compelling argument on behalf of our clients.

Many spousal support cases are determined on the basis of need and ability to pay. When determining need and ability to pay, it is also important that assets and income are accurately valuated and that both sides are being treated fairly throughout the process. We will make certain that your rights are protected throughout the process.

Seek Skilled Legal Representation In Minneapolis

Contact Groshek Law PA online or call us at 612-426-7047 today to schedule a consultation with one of our family law and divorce attorneys.

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