If you are a stay-at-home parent, you may be worried about whether you can still receive alimony in a two-income world If you are the higher-earning spouse, you may wonder if you will be able to support yourself once you start paying alimony.
The prospect of divorce can be very worrisome to a spouse with limited job experience or earning power. In the past, spousal support was primarily available to women. Today, however, with many women out-earning their spouses, and many men taking on primary childcare responsibilities, men also receive spousal support.
In both of these cases, Feldman & Schneiderman, P.L. can help you. While alimony laws are constantly evolving, alimony still exists. It takes a knowledgeable and assertive attorney to set out a strong case for alimony, and it takes a knowledge and assertive attorney to defend against claims for alimony.
By representing both husbands and wives, the Boca Raton divorce attorneys at Feldman & Schneiderman, P.L. do not limit their experience or knowledge solely to one gender. Don’t be fooled by law firms advertising that they represent only husbands or only wives. You need attorneys who are familiar with both sides of the alimony coin and who have handled cases for both sexes.