Alimony and Spousal Support
In some divorce settlements there may be cause for alimony, also called “spousal support”, to be paid by one spouse to the other for period of time after the marriage ends. Alimony is intended to ensure that the recipient retain a reasonable standard of living after the divorce that is not unfairly diminished due to the end of the marriage. For example, one spouse may be working, and thus have ongoing income, while the other was a stay-at-home parent and now has no source of income.
In Nevada, alimony is supposed to be “just and equitable.” Alimony considerations include such factors as the length of the marriage, each spouse’s financial situation, education and prior career, health, age, earning capacity and other factors.
Page Law Office can assist with your alimony issues, whether you are just entering the divorce process or already have an alimony judgment. Call or contact our office for a free consultation to discuss your situation.