Alimony Lawyers Woburn MA & Nashua NH
Whether or not the court will award spousal support, also referred to as alimony, will depend on a variety of factors in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Both states, however, look at the needs of the party for support, in addition to whether or not the supporting spouse has the ability to pay. This can be a complex legal issue, and there is presently no specific formula in either state for determining the amount and length of spousal support. In Massachusetts, substantial alimony reform is pending, and you will need an experienced attorney to help navigate you through this process when new alimony laws are passed.
Will spousal support be part of your divorce? Contact the experienced Woburn and Nashua alimony attorneys at The Black Law Group LLC today by calling 781-569-5840 in Massachusetts, 603-681-9126 in New Hampshire or send us an e-mail.
Determining a party’s true income and ability to pay, as well as a spouse’s real need for support, is difficult and often requires the assistance of experts. At The Black Law Group LLC, we utilize a wide network of qualified and experienced professionals, such as:
- Vocational experts: Vocational experts help determine a spouse’s earning capacity and ability to rehabilitate and become self-supporting.
- Forensic accountants: Forensic accountants are especially helpful in determining income for self-employed individuals.
Our experience in complex alimony matters often enables our clients to negotiate settlements without having to go to trial. However, when a trial is necessary, we have more than 18 years of experience persuasively presenting complex spousal support cases to the courts.
Contact Our Experienced Spousal Support Lawyers
To discuss whether spousal support will be part of your divorce, contact our firm by calling 781-569-5840 in Massachusetts, 603-681-9126 in New Hampshire, or send us an e-mail. We are conveniently located in Woburn, Massachusetts, and Nashua, New Hampshire, and we are licensed to practice in both states.