Spousal Maintenance and Any Valid Agreement of the Parties
In a divorce case, any valid agreement of the parties is a relevant factor the Court may consider when determining alimony or spousal maintenance. A valid agreement of the parties may be the following: a premarital agreement, a marital settlement agreement, or any other valid agreement.
Let Richard W. Culver, Ltd. help protect and safeguard your legal rights and financial interests during divorce. Divorce is complex with significant legal and financial ramifications, so it is crucial to seek the counsel of a skilled and knowledgeable divorce attorney concerning possible spousal maintenance.
At Richard W. Culver, Ltd., determined divorce attorney Blake Austin Culver can answer your questions and address your concerns in connection with possible alimony or spousal maintenance. Blake can help evaluate any purported premarital agreement of the parties, as well as help draft a proposed marital settlement agreement. Blake can review your specific situation, and Blake can guide you throughout the divorce process.Contact a Barrington Alimony Lawyer | Candid Answers to Your Alimony Questions
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