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Essex County Alimony Lawyer

Assisting Clients With Establishing Fair Spousal Support Arrangements in Massachusetts

At Rudolf A. Jaworski Jr. PC, we can help you through your alimony/spousal support case. We understand how difficult going through a divorce can be when dealing with either a disgruntled alimony payer or a disgruntled alimony recipient. The first thing to enter your mind is your family: you will want to protect your children and assets appropriately. With the right approach, tactics, and direction, we can help you resolve your alimony/spousal support issues with the goal of achieving great results to most benefit you.

Alimony issues tend to be emotionally charged, stressful and high stakes. We understand how difficult and unnerving separating from your spouse may be. We also know it can take a real toll on your daily life. We want to help make this difficult process easier for you. We have your best interests in mind, and our lawyer is here to assist you with your alimony/spousal support issues. With our years of experience, we are well-versed in the proper techniques to achieve the best possible results for you.

Do you need help with your alimony/spousal support case? Our Essex County alimony attorney is ready to represent you. Call Rudolf A Jaworski Jr PC today at (978) 307-7087 or contact us online to start your defense!

Why Hire Us?

We provide aggressive and detailed representation for our clients relative to negotiating with the other party. We want to see your case succeed, either through litigation or mediation as a prime tactic of choice. We find both parties usually come to some sort of amicable resolution about spousal support by coming to a fair and realistic agreement.

If both parties cannot agree during negotiations, Attorney Rudolf A. Jaworski is prepared to take your case to court and fight for your rights to spousal support. We will go through every detail of your alimony/spousal support issue with you to have the best case and defense moving forward.

If your situation involves family or children; we will fight for them too. As a parent, your rights to child support or other related custody matters are just as relevant and important as your opposing partner. Our effective legal services can help defend and protect your rights. Whatever your current situation; we are ready to defend and protect you and your family.

Protecting your financial assets and long-term future is also important. Being that your alimony case may be lengthy and costly; we want to help reduce the amount of time it takes to resolve and keep your financial situation as comfortable as possible. Our objective is to help you achieve a secure and content setting for you and your family that won’t aggravate you emotionally or financially.

How Does a Judge Determine the Amount of Alimony/Spousal Support an Individual Receives?

While every alimony/spousal support case is as unique as the parties involved, there are a few common factors a judge looks for to determine how to award this payment.

The Judge usually considers the following factors:

  • The length of the marriage
  • The age of both parties
  • The health of both parties
  • The income of both parties
  • The current employment and/or employ-ability of both parties
  • The economic and non-economic contribution of both parties to the marriage
  • The ability of each party to maintain the marital standard of living
  • Other factors the court may consider relevant

How Long Does Alimony Last in Massachusetts?

The length of alimony, generally is determined by the couple's union. If the marriage was less than 20 years, the court would impose the following restrictions:

  • Alimony can last no more than 1/2 the length of the marriage for marriages lasting less than five years.

  • Marriages lasting five to ten years, alimony cannot exceed 60 percent of the length of the marriage

  • Marriages lasting more than ten years but less than 15, alimony cannot exceed 70 percent of the length of the marriage

  • Marriages lasting more than fifteen years, alimony cannot exceed 70 percent of the length of the marriage.

Contact Our Essex County Alimony Lawyer Today

You can count on Rudolf A. Jaworski Jr. PC to help you navigate all aspects of your divorce proceeding. We understand the laws concerning alimony/spousal support and can help you create an arrangement that is fair for all parties involved.

Contact Rudolf A Jaworski Jr PC today to schedule a consultation with an Essex County alimony attorney!

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