Spousal Support And Maintenance
If you are going through a divorce and you are concerned about receiving spousal support/alimony or if you are currently paying too much for spousal maintenance, contact me to discuss your options. At the Law Office of Michael D. Tracton, P.C., my staff and I work hard to ensure that after a divorce, each party is left in a positive position to begin rebuilding his or her life as well as the lives of the children with his or her former spouse. I seek fair and reasonable accommodations for my clients and ensure that they are being supported adequately.
Factors Used To Determine Spousal Support
Texas recognizes the accomplishments and/or sacrifice of a spouse who has given up on his or her education or career advancements to care for the child or children. Spousal support payments can be affected, depending on the length and quality of the marriage. Certain factors will be considered regarding both parties to determine the amount of spousal support or maintenance including:
- Physical and mental health
- Current income
- Future ability to earn an income
- Marriage length
“I have extensive experience developing agreements on difficult issues. I will work hard to help in reaching realistic and fair results. More importantly, I will protect your rights, interests and goals. Whether your issues can be resolved through negotiation, mediation or litigation, you will receive a fair agreement when I represent you.”
Whether you are seeking a spousal support modification to pay less or to receive more depends on your circumstances. With every unique case, there is a unique situation. I will listen to your concerns and determine the best way to reach the goals you seek.
Representing You In Support Matters
Schedule a Free Initial Consultation at our conveniently located Sugar Land office by calling 281-242-7111 or reaching us online. During the Free Initial Consultation, I will listen to your concerns and help you find a workable solution.