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Pursuing Maximum Spousal Support

You may have depended upon your spouse’s financial contributions throughout marriage. Now that you are pursuing divorce, you may wonder how you will comfortably support yourself. Beroes Law Center has helped many individuals pursue maximum spousal support payments to uphold a satisfactory standard of living. Our caring attorneys will act as assertive advocates to help you secure maximum support.

If you are considering divorce, call our Pittsburgh lawyers at 412-621-6811 to discuss how spousal support may impact your case.

Factors That Determine Spousal Support Payments

According to Pennsylvania law, the courts must evaluate 17 distinct factors to determine spousal support payments. These factors are primarily based on an individual’s ability to uphold his or her standard of living post-divorce, the nature of the marriage and what each individual contributed throughout marriage. The most significant factors include:

  • Each spouse’s education level and earning capacity
  • Either spouse’s participation in adultery or marital misconduct
  • The length of marriage
  • Each spouse’s personal assets and debts
  • The family’s established standard of living
  • Each spouse’s physical and mental health

Our experienced attorneys can explain the comprehensive list of contributing factors and how they may influence your case. We are experienced negotiators as well as litigators and will assertively protect your best interests to the full extent of the law.

Upholding Living Standards During The Divorce Process

From initial consideration until your divorce is finalized, you may experience financial tension. If your spouse earned your family’s primary income, you may be unable to adequately support yourself during the divorce process.

Beroes Law Center understands your concern, and we can protect your financial well-being by pursuing alimony pendente lite (APL) to cover your expenses. APL is temporary court-ordered spousal support that remains in effect while your divorce is pending. We will carefully evaluate your circumstances and seek maximum coverage to provide financial security and reduce undue stress.

Contact Us For Dedicated Representation

You deserve to partner with a law firm that puts your needs first. Contact our dedicated family law attorneys for the caring representation you need. Call 412-621-6811 to schedule a free consultation, or email us today. We represent clients throughout Allegheny county.