Financial concerns are generally at the forefront when parties are divorcing. You may be losing a spouse's income, or be worried about increased expenses once you are no longer sharing a household. You may also be concerned about alimony (also called spousal support) and child support. If you expect to pay alimony or child support, you may wonder if you will have enough income left over to provide for your own needs. If you hope to receive child support or alimony, you may worry that it will not be sufficient to help you care for your children and get back on your feet financially.
The issue of support can be one of the most anxiety-provoking parts of the whole divorce process. It's difficult to look forward to your post-divorce future if you are not certain how you will manage financially. At Joehl Law, we understand your concerns and work to alleviate them. Attorney Virginia Joehl can help you evaluate the possible outcomes of an alimony or child support claim and develop a plan for your post-divorce financial security.
At Joehl Law, our attorneys take into account the facts of your case and help you understand how Maryland child support and alimony laws apply to your situation. We believe in giving you the information you need to make the best decisions for your case and offering the support you need to make them. Attorney Virginia Joehl has decades of experience with complex and unusual support situations, including those in high-asset divorces and divorces in which one party has significant or irregular income.
Joehl Law serves clients throughout Maryland, including Rockville, Gaithersburg, and Bethesda. Our Rockville office is conveniently located near the Montgomery County Courthouse. We invite you to learn more about our approach, our attorneys, and our legal services, and to contact us to schedule a consultation. We look forward to working with you.
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