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In this video, Iowa alimony lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses Iowa alimony and topics related to Scott County spousal support matters.
In this article, our Iowa spousal support lawyers discuss current alimony and spousal maintenance laws in Iowa. We explain what alimony is in Iowa and what decisions and information Iowa alimony courts rely on to award alimony. We look into how duration and amount of alimony is calculated and how child support payments and property divisions play a role into calculating Iowa alimony awards.
In this video, Iowa spousal support attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses current Iowa divorce laws.
In this article, Iowa spousal support attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses current Iowa divorce laws. We explore current laws and how long Iowa divorce cases may take to conclude. In Iowa divorce matters, common issues that cause disagreements and have the potential to prolong Iowa divorce cases include:
These areas have the most potential to cause an Iowa divorce to take longer as these are the primary issue both sides of a divorce most commonly have aproblem coming to an agreement on. If no agreement can be made the courts will make a decision based on the best interests they determine.
In this video, Alimony attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how alimony amount and duration is calculated in Iowa alimony matters.
In this article, our Iowa alimony and spousal support lawyers explain how spousal support is calculated in Iowa divorce cases. We look at the factors courts consider as well as the discretion the courts have to award what they deem to be in the best interest of both parties. We also explain how alimony duration and amounts are awarded and what determination Iowa courts use to come to their decision.