Couples who are divorcing often wonder whether they will be entitled to receive, or will need to pay, alimony. Unlike child support, no statutory alimony guidelines exist.
In Connecticut, alimony is not just a function of income. While income does play an important role in the determination of alimony, it is not the only factor. Alimony is a much more complex proposition based on a variety of factors including the length of the marriage, causes of the divorce, earning capacity of the spouses, and the existence of prenuptial agreements, among others. At Freed Marcroft, we listen carefully to our clients’ priorities, allowing us to articulate their needs to the court to protect their lifestyle.
Connecticut caselaw on alimony is dynamic and evolving. Freed Marcroft’s attorneys are avid proponents of continuing education in various aspects of family law, and both attend and frequently present at seminars on divorce-related issues throughout Connecticut.
You can read additional articles and blog posts on the financial aspects of Divorce below:
- 6 Preemptive Strategies to Protect Your Business From Divorce
- Top Four Financial Benefits To Filing First For Divorce
- Cohabitation After Divorce: Living with a New Partner Can Impact Alimony
The attorneys at Freed Marcroft guide select clients through the legal aspects of divorce while remaining mindful of their overall wellness. To discuss our helping with your situation, contact us either here or by phone at 860-560-8160.