Spousal Maintenance is when one former partner is given continual financial support for their former spouse. This is typically for a partner who is a parent at home who doesn’t have work to support themselves or the children. There are a variety of factors that determine the amount of financial support received such as age, disability, education, earnings, and more.
As experienced divorce lawyers, we are the optimal choice for those wishing to apply or negotiate spousal maintenance measures (also known as alimony or spousal support) post-separation. In addition to spousal maintenance, this can also apply to the termination of a de facto relationship. Filing the appropriate documentation and walking you through the process of determining a fair settlement for all parties as well as arguing measures that you believe to be unfair or insufficient. At O’Sullivan Legal, our team of experts can provide you with the best advice and strategy to help you with your particular case.