Nashua Spousal Support Attorneys
Pursuing Justice for Divorcing Couples
Going through a divorce is one of the most stressful experiences anyone can go through. Couples going through a divorce must not only endure the emotional challenges of separating from their spouses, but must also confront difficult legal and financial hardships. Dealing with legal and financial issues that arise from divorce can be especially tough on those people whose spouses were the sole or primary source of the family’s income. In such cases, spousal support is an essential legal issue through which only an experienced Nashua spousal support attorney can help you navigate.
At Bernazzani Law, our team of qualified lawyers can guide you through the litigation process of your divorce to help ensure the promotion and protection of your legal and financial interests. Backed by decades of collective legal experience, we have what it takes to help get you through the tribulations of divorce.
Call Bernazzani Law at (603) 261-2214 to learn more about how our Nashua spousal support lawyers can help you.
New Hampshire Law on Spousal Support
Under New Hampshire law, courts will issue spousal support orders based on a party’s demonstrated need for financial support after a divorce, and the other party’s ability to pay for their former spouse’s financial support. Spousal support orders can be either temporary or permanent depending on a variety of factors that New Hampshire courts must evaluate.
Under New Hampshire law, courts consider the following factors when assessing the appropriateness of an alimony award:
- The length of the marriage
- The age and health of the parties
- The social or economic status, occupation, or financial condition of each party
- Each parties rights under a property settlement agreement
- The vocational skills, employability, assets, and liabilities of the parties
- The likelihood that each party will acquire capital assets and income
- The fault of either party
- Tax consequences of awarding spousal support
Courts may issue temporary spousal support awards pending their divorce trial in certain situations. These “interim” spousal support orders are designed to place the parties on more even grounds during divorce litigation where there is a disparity in financial resources and access to legal representation. Our attorneys can help you obtain temporary spousal support pending trial if the other party won’t provide you with enough money for your living expenses and legal fees.
Find Experienced Legal Representation at Bernazzani Law Today
You don’t have to face the legal implications of a divorce or other family law matter on your own. At Bernazzani Law, you can count on our spousal support attorneys in Nashua to provide you with compassionate and effective legal counsel and advice, so you don’t have to worry about your legal rights being in danger. We are committed to representing you and your family’s best interests throughout all steps of your family law proceedings.
Contact Bernazzani Law today at (603) 261-2214 or visit us online to schedule an appointment for a free consultation with one of our distinguished Nashua spousal support attorneys today.
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