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Spousal Support & Alimony in Maryland
Spousal maintenance – alimony lawyers in Maryland
Even in uncontested divorces in Maryland, spousal maintenance may be awarded in a divorce or legal separation proceedings and may be subject to later modification or enforcement proceedings as well. Alimony is vital part of being able to move on after a divorce. Alimony is generally paid in installments over a period of time, (weekly or monthly, for example).
Spousal support is another term for alimony in Maryland.
Regardless of the term used Maryland, alimony is paid for a defined duration of time or until the death of one of the spouses or the remarriage of the recipient. What most people don’t realize is that alimony is taxable. The person paying the alimony deducts it as an above the line tax deduction. The person who receives alimony has to pay taxes on the amount of alimony received.
The Family Law Courts in Maryland have enormous discretion when determining the appropriate alimony award and the duration of the alimony award.
Due to this uncertainty, most Maryland divorce attorneys work hard towards trying to settle the issue of alimony without risking a trial on the issue of alimony. Our Maryland divorce lawyers will work to help you get spousal support and when necessary, defend an action for alimony.
Law Firm of SRIS PC
SRIS PC has two law offices in Maryland.
In Maryland, our offices are in Rockville & Baltimore.
Our Maryland spousal support & alimony lawyers have an extensive amount of experience in resolving issues regarding spousal support and alimony in Maryland. If you wish to consult a SRIS Law Group, P.C. alimony or spousal support attorney in Maryland call our office or contact us on line
Our Maryland Family Lawyers helping your family cases in the following jurisdictions:
Montgomery County, Prince Georges County, Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Anne Arundel County, Howard County, Harford County, Frederick County, Carroll County, Baltimore Federal Court, Greenbelt Federal Court, Eastern Shore.
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