Ensuring Financial Stability After Divorce
Alimony can become a contentious matter during divorce. Perhaps your opinions on the matter are being overlooked. Maybe you’re paying too much, or are receiving too little (or none at all). Perhaps you are headed to court because mediation and negotiation haven’t worked.
If so, it’s time to contact The Law Offices of James A. Cuddy, LLC. James Cuddy has proven in case after case that he can successfully mediate the most complicated dispute, negotiate alimony settlements in contested and high net-worth divorces, and litigate aggressively to protect your rights in court if necessary.
How Does Alimony Work?
Numerous guidelines control alimony calculations in Connecticut. Duration and amount of alimony payments are typically based on factors such as:
- Length of the marriage
- Health and age of each party
- Earning capacity and earning history of each party
- Division of marital assets
- Needs of each party
Depending on your specific circumstances, alimony may be granted either on a temporary or permanent basis. If your financial situation has changed significantly due to a job loss or expensive sudden illness, attorney Cuddy can help you pursue the alimony modification you need.
Take Charge Of Your Future
If you cannot resolve the issue on your own, or with assistance of counsel, a family court judge will do it for you. You owe it to yourself, your children and your future to work hard toward a beneficial outcome. Our full-service family law offices can help.
For aggressive advocacy of your alimony goals and attentive personal service attuned to your family’s unique situation, contact The Law Offices of James A. Cuddy, LLC, in Shelton, Connecticut. Attorney James Cuddy can come to you if your busy schedule prevents you from coming to him. Call us at 203-583-8256 local or 866-785-4409 toll-free.
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