Will a Judge Decide Alimony?

In the event that your case is tried before a judge, that judge will make the decisions regarding who will pay alimony and the amount of the alimony payment. The length of time a former spouse must pay alimony is, with few exceptions, dictated by law. However, if you and your spouse are able to reach an agreement without the need for a trial, you and your spouse will make the decisions about who will pay alimony, how much alimony will be paid, and the length of time that the alimony payments will be made by one spouse to the other.

At New Beginnings Family Law, we understand how stressful and devastating a divorce and child custody issues can be for a family. Our team is committed to providing a caring and comfortable environment where you can feel safe to talk about your case and your goals for the future. You can trust our Huntsville family law attorneys to:

  • Objectively review your case from every angle to develop a smart strategy for moving forward
  • Push toward a satisfactory resolution before your case goes to court
  • Provide strong and relentless courtroom advocacy if your case must go to trial
  • Always put the needs of your children first
  • Make ourselves available anytime you need to talk

Truly sympathize with your situation, because many of us have been there ourselves With more than a decade of experience successfully handling all types of family law cases, our team is prepared to guide you through this difficult time and help get you to the place you want to be.

Contact us at https://newbeginningsfamilylaw.com/ or call (256) 518-9529.