Minneapolis Spousal Maintenance Attorneys
Spousal maintenance, sometimes referred to as alimony or spousal support, is a very complex area of the law. In Minnesota, there is no fixed formula for determining the amount or duration of spousal maintenance. The court will look at a number of different factors including, the duration of the marriage, the financial need of the requesting spouse, and the other spouse’s ability to pay, as well as a number of other factors.
At Robinson | Duffy, PLLC, our Minneapolis alimony attorneys strive to find spousal maintenance solutions that are fair and in your best interests. We will carefully analyze your situation to help you determine whether or not spousal maintenance is appropriate.
Our attorneys will help answer your spousal maintenance questions:
- How long will spousal maintenance last?
- What happens to my spousal maintenance if I remarry?
- What happens to spousal maintenance if I move in with my significant other?
- What’s the difference between spousal maintenance and child support?
- Do I pay taxes on my spousal maintenance?
- What happens to my spousal maintenance obligation when I retire?
Spousal maintenance may or may not be part of your divorce. If it is, we strongly suggest you hire an attorney to help navigate you.
Contact Our Spousal Maintenance Attorneys Today
If you believe your divorce is going to include an award of spousal maintenance, contact our attorneys today.
Thoughts from a Client ...
"Kimberly Robinson is the kind of attorney who gives attorneys a GOOD name. Kim helped me navigate through a complicated divorce and come out the other side with my head held high and a sense of hope for my future. The circumstances of my divorce were often dramatic and downright absurd; it was fabulous to have a partner that I could laugh with. Kim’s sense of humor, her perspective and reassurance helped keep me grounded and focused. My best interests were always put first, and she truly stood by my side throughout one of the most profound times of my life. I will always be grateful for her help. Thank you Kim!"