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Works Out Fair Alimony Agreements
Are you looking for an alimony attorney in Uniontown, PA, to negotiate an alimony agreement with your spouse? If you are getting a divorce and you need guidance with alimony, see Margaret Zylka House, Attorney at Law. She will help you work out a fair and reasonable alimony agreement. Spouses who do not have their own income, may be disabled, or who have limited income often require financial support.
Our law firm assists spouses in need of guidance and representation in alimony cases that can be confusing and complex. Attorney House is experienced and maintains a high level of client satisfaction in these matters. We can even help clients modify an existing alimony agreement, though this is a complex process.
Alimony is Awarded to Spouses
Who Need Help Financially
The court will award alimony to a spouse who is unable to meet their financial needs. This occurs when the other spouse has the means to help financially. The court considers many factors in determining how much alimony a spouse will receive. The court considers the length of the marriage, income, the ability to pay alimony, and more. Some of the factors that determine alimony include:
Ability to Pay
Length of the Marriage
Each Spouse’s Age
Tax Consequences (Property)
Mental or Physical Disability
Circumstances Can Lead to
Life, careers, and financial situations can change quickly. When that happens, the divorced parties can modify an alimony agreement. Margaret Zylka House, Attorney at Law, will petition the court to modify alimony if either party shows a significant change in circumstances.
Some examples of a significant change include a change in income, sustaining a disability or the paying spouse suffers a job loss. Alimony ends when either spouse dies, or if the spouse receiving the alimony remarries. Alimony payments are taxable to the spouse who receives them, and they are tax deductible to the paying spouse.
Offering Compassionate Legal Services
for Uniontown, PA
Margaret Zylka House, Attorney at Law understands what you are going through as a family. We want to assure you that being hurt and confused during your legal matter is completely normal. Our goal is to offer you compassion during this tough time, as well as the best alimony agreement we can reach with your spouse. We want to resolve your divorce efficiently and compassionately. For unmatched and compassionate legal services, contact Margaret Zylka House, alimony attorney in Uniontown, PA.