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Camp Hill Fathers’ Rights Spousal Support Attorney Protecting Your Best Interests During Divorce

Handling support issues for men in Harrisburg, Carlisle and New Bloomfield, PA

There is a lot of new information, and lots of legal terminology, to understand when you are getting divorced. Spousal support refers to the money paid to a financially dependent spouse after a couple has separated and before an official divorce complaint has been filed. The Guy’s Attorney, an experienced Pennsylvania spousal maintenance attorney, practicing in Cumberland, Dauphin and Perry County, is specifically committed to providing outstanding legal counsel to men, and to clearly explaining the different types of spousal support you may be entitled to or expect to pay. Throughout the entire divorce process, The Guy’s Attorney is on your side.

Helping husbands understand spousal support guidelines

Pennsylvania law provides for three different types of support: spousal support, alimony pendente lite and alimony. The amount of spousal support is determined using mandatory guidelines, but several factors are taken into consideration before support is granted or denied. In South Central PA and Harrisburg, fathers’ rights spousal support lawyer The Guy’s Attorney works directly with divorcing husbands to outline such considerations as:

  • Separated spouses living in the same residence
  • Entitlement defense against paying support
  • Prenuptial agreement
  • Length of the marriage
  • Marital misconduct leading to the divorce

Spousal support can be granted to either spouse, depending on which of you has the greater income or assets. With more than 20 years of experience handling divorce and support claims, I give you an honest assessment of your situation and ensure that you have the information you need to be make the best decisions before agreeing to any settlement.

Protecting your rights when circumstances change

Although spousal support is a temporary form of financial maintenance, your circumstances or your spouse’s may change while it is in effect. Working with a knowledgeable fathers’ rights spousal support attorney is the best way to safeguard your finances and your rights when modifications may be needed due to:

  • Job loss
  • Prolonged illness or injury
  • Inability to pay
  • Cost of living adjustment
  • Substantial increase in income
  • Financial emergency

If a situation gets to a point of true crisis, you may require immediate legal intervention. For fathers in South Central PA and Harrisburg, emergency custody of children and emergency relief modifications to support orders are quickly addressed by The Guy’s Attorney. I am here when you need me, ready to litigate when necessary and dedicated to protecting your best interests.

Find out what your financial options are from an experienced Camp Hill and Harrisburg spousal support attorney for men

If you are interested in seeking spousal support or are concerned about paying it during your divorce, I can help. I’m glad to put my experience to use in seeing you through a confusing and often intimidating legal process. Call The Guy’s Attorney, John F. King, at 717-412-0244 or contact The Guy’s Attorney online. My office is conveniently located on the Carlisle Pike, just 10 minutes’ drive from Harrisburg.

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