Our Rock Island County alimony and spousal support attorneys will handle your Rock Island spousal maintenance matter in the most efficient and affordable manner possible. Our Rock Island County alimony lawyers use every resource and tool at our disposal to ensure your Rock Island spousal maintenance matter is put in the best possible position to succeed.
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In this video, Rock Island County alimony attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how spousal maintenance is determined by Rock Island County courts in divorce matters.
Our Rock Island County alimony lawyers in this article examine the process and the factors Rock Island County alimony courts use to decide on the awarding of alimony in Rock Island County divorce matters. We discuss how these factors weigh in the courts' decision on the amount and duration of spousal support including how these payments will be made.
In this video, Rock Island County spousal support attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how assets are divided in a Rock Island County divorce.
One of the most time consuming challenges in any divorce is sorting through finances of both parties of a divorce. Dissipation and contribution can be one of the most challenging aspects in a Rock Island County divorce. These are typically overlooked when compiling marital finances because they both deal with money and assets that have already been spent. In this article, our Rock Island County alimony lawyers discuss and examine both dissipation and contribution and how they are factored into Rock Island County divorce matters.
In this video, Rock Island County alimony attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how maintenance payments affect child support obligations.
Our Rock Island County spousal support attorneys discuss how alimony payments can potentially affect child support obligations. We examine about how if these payments are received, what can be expected by the courts to determine additional spousal support monetary awards and how they're calculated. Our spousal maintenance attorneys explain it in clear and understandable terms so you have a better idea of what to expect when spousal maintenance payments are factored into child support payment calculations.