Attorney Fagan’s Alimony and Spousal Support eBook Can Help You Determine How Spousal Maintenance Will Play into Your Marriage
When you get married, you share your life – and your finances – with someone else. If the marriage doesn’t work out, and you get divorced, you and your spouse will need to figure out how to be financially independent again.
If one spouse is having trouble with this adjustment, they may ask for alimony and/or spousal support. Alimony is the payment given to a spouse during a divorce to help them get back on their feet financially, and spousal support consists of regular, court-ordered payments that help provide for a spouse after a divorce.
Many factors affect alimony and spousal support, and in his Alimony and Spousal Support eBook, Attorney Bryan Fagan discusses:
- Who qualifies for spousal maintenance
- What the court considers when awarding spousal support and alimony
- The types of alimony in Texas
- How long spousal support lasts
- How common spousal support is in Texas
- How alimony and spousal maintenance are enforced
- Property division
- And more
Throughout the eBook, Attorney Fagan goes over all the basics of alimony and spousal support and emphasizes important considerations, like how the length of your marriage influences the duration of spousal support and how each spouse’s individual income plays into the court’s decision. For example, if one spouse was a stay-at-home mother or father, they will likely be awarded alimony and spousal support, so they have time to reenter the workforce.
Whether you want to ask for alimony or avoid unfair spousal support orders, knowing the basics can help. Once you’ve read our eBook, however, you will need to seek personalized legal support.
Download Bryan Fagan’s eBook by filling out the form at the bottom of this page and contact the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC at (281) 810-9760 or online to schedule a free, confidential consultation.