Alimony and Spousal Support

A divorce can change every aspect of your life, including your finances. Trying to maintain your standard of living during a divorce can be a frightening and stressful experience. Alimony is often a critical factor while determining your future finances. When a judge orders spousal support in your divorce case, it can have a huge and lasting impact on your life after a divorce.

Murfreesboro Spousal Support Lawyers Who Care About Your Finances

It is important to have an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer by your side to help you navigate through the complex legal issues involved in spousal support determinations. At the law office of Phillip M. George, our experienced alimony attorneys will investigate your case, determine your financial needs, and seek a spousal agreement that works for your particular financial situation.

If you are going through a divorce and need legal assistance regarding alimony, call 615-459-6130 to contact our family law association of attorneys.

Customized Representation for Your Financial Needs

Phillip M. George, Attorneys at Law, will help you determine the best spousal support agreement to fit your financial needs. There are several different kinds of spousal support. They are:

  • Transitional: Commonly considered “temporary” alimony that is paid to one party by the other party for a set amount of time
  • Lump sum: A fixed amount of money paid by one party to the other party
  • Rehabilitative: Money paid by one party to the other party for a certain period of time until the former spouse becomes economically self-sufficient
  • In futuro: Commonly considered “permanent” alimony that is paid by one party to the other party, unless there is a modification to the spousal support agreement

Our lawyers can also advise you regarding post-agreement modifications when the court may alter alimony payments due to a change in circumstances. A modification may be pursued when there is a significant change in circumstances, such as:

  • Remarriage of the former spouse
  • Cohabitation of the former spouse
  • Death of the former spouse

We can also assist you with other issues that may arise because of your divorce, such as child custody and visitation and division of property.

Contact Our Experienced Alimony Attorneys and Protect Your Financial Future

For more information regarding alimony or to speak with a spousal support lawyer, call 615-459-6130 or contact our family law attorneys in Smyrna, Tennessee, online. We also serve Murfreesboro, LaVergne, and all of Rutherford county.