After a court determines both the incomes of the parties from all sources and their respective earning abilities, it will become clear whether there is any significant disparity in their incomes. Where one party believes the other’s income is below his or her potential, a vocational evaluation may be used in an attempt to affect the spousal support analysis.
Even when there is a significant disparity in incomes, the length of marriage and the tax implications of spousal support must be considered, along with the other statutory factors involved in any spousal support case.
Whenever you face the potential of spousal support, it is imperative that you retain an attorney with extensive experience in gathering the relevant information, who is adept at weighing the factors, and who can understand the nuances of your particular situation. Your attorney also must be continually aware of changes in statutory or case law affecting issues of spousal support.
The attorneys at Edward F. Whipps & Associates have decades of extensive experience in dealing with spousal support issues. We have sophisticated computer software that assists us in analyzing the tax implications, and we have excellent working relationships with vocational evaluators, who can make an important difference in your case. Ultimately, you can rely upon Edward F. Whipps & Associates to provide sound and skilled counsel to best present your specific situation and to obtain the best results for you.
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If you need a spousal support lawyer, please contact Edward F. Whipps & Associates for help. You can arrange a confidential initial consultation at a mutually convenient time by calling our office at (614) 461-6006 or filling out this online contact form.