Baltimore County & Towson Divorce Lawyer | Alimony.
Maryland Alimony Law.
Alimony is spousal support for men or women who have filed for Divorce.Alimony is usually paid monthly from the primary wage earner to the financially dependent spouse. There are three kinds of alimony: temporary alimony, rehabilitative alimony and indefinite alimony.
How Amar S. Weisman Approaches Each Baltimore County & Towson Alimony Case.
Alimony is all about numbers and financial patterns. Requires locating & presenting financial information acquired by discovery. Excellent financial statement critical to seeking/defending alimony claim. If you have an alimony matter or might have an alimony matter, then you should proceed to gather the following information:
- Monthly bank & credit card statements.
- Statements for mortgage and home equity lines of credit.
- Receipts for money spent in the retail sector.
- Recurring utility, telephone, and service bills.
What Are the different types of alimony?
There are three types of alimony available under Maryland Law:
Financial Statements And Alimony.
Alimony and spousal support are ultimately all about numbers. Those numbers are communicated to the Court using the Long Form Financial Statement. If you are prosecuting or defending an alimony claim, then you can expect to submit a long form financial statement and for your numbers to be scrutinized by Amar S. Weisman and the opposing counsel alike. In order to maximize precision, this law firm generally requests that you bring in credit card statements, bills, and receipts to ensure each category on the financial statement correctly reflects spending. In certain instances, where a spouse is unable to maintain the standard of living that prevailed prior to separation, it may be useful to fill two financial statements including a financial statement that reflects the spending that prevailed prior to separation.
Modification Of Alimony.
The Law Offices of Amar S. Weisman works with clients seeking to increase, decrease, or eliminate alimony obligations. Generally, the modification of alimony is based on a change in financial circumstances or the remarriage of the party receiving alimony. As an attorney, Amar S. Weisman's task is to gather and present evidence concerning the change in financial circumstances. This evidence may include bank records, tax returns, and business ledgers. Given the fact that alimony can often be modified, this Towson law firm sometimes advises clients to obtain an agreement stipulating that alimony may NOT be modified.
Please Call (410) 321-4994 to schedule a Free Consultation. The purpose of the consultation is to decide whether you want to hire Amar S. Weisman. To obtain legal services, you must pay a retainer, see Policy on Fees/Costs. The law firm is next to The Circuit Court for Baltimore County, at 305 Allegheny Avenue, Towson, MD, 21204. We represent clients throughout the Baltimore area including Aberdeen. Abingdon, Bel Air, Bowleys Quarters, Catonsville, Cockeysville, Edgewood, Essex, Lutherville, Owings Mills, Parkville, Perry Hall, Rosedale, Sparrows Point, Timonium, Towson, Westminster and White Marsh.
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- Baltimore & Towson Lawyer On Alimony For Younger Spouses.
- Baltimore & Towson Lawyer On Alimony Modification.
- Baltimore & Towson Lawyer On Alimony Garnishments.