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Fort Bend County Spousal Support Lawyer

If you are going through a divorce, you may be concerned about alimony payments. One of the major points of contention in many divorces is spousal support. Because fair distribution of income is so important to both sides, it is important to know that you can trust your divorce attorney to fight as hard as possible to get you the alimony arrangement you need.

Divorce attorney Dean Zand has years of experience meeting or surpassing our clients expectations. We are dedicated to getting our clients the alimony arrangements they need to protect their quality of life. To discuss your needs and concerns in detail with our compassionate and dedicated Fort Bend County alimony lawyer, please contact us today by calling 281-751-6466.

Experienced Alimony Attorney

With years of combined experience in the field of divorce law, Fort Bend divorce attorney Dean Zand has handled virtually every case possible. Alimony can be a complicated field, and it is important to know that your attorney has a reputation for fighting to get their clients the alimony arrangements they need. At the Zand Law Firm, we handle every type of spousal support  arrangement, including:

  • Temporary Alimony
  • Permanent Alimony
  • Modifying Alimony

Spousal support agreements are incredibly important during and following divorces, and it is important to know that you have a lawyer who can get you the alimony arrangement you need. Our Austin alimony attorneys know what it takes to succeed, and we want to put this experience at your disposal.

The Basics of Temporary Alimony

Alimony, in a general sense, is used to provide support for a member of the couple who otherwise would be unable to keep up their marital lifestyle. When discussing temporary alimony, the following establish the fundamentals of this divorce payment:

  • Only lasts, at most, until the end of the divorce
  • Assists with certain large properties, such as house payments
  • Provided as a court order
  • Details depend on the jurisdiction of the divorce

Temporary alimony is only meant to provide a fund that serves to cover some of the hardships caused by the divorce itself. Unlike permanent alimony, these funds do not extend until significant changes are made to the recipient, including remarriage or death. Instead, temporary alimony, at maximum, will only carry on until the hardship of the divorce is over. At that point, permanent alimony may or may not be established.

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If you or someone you love is going through a divorce and he or she is concerned about the structure and amount of the alimony arrangement, we may be able to help. We want to get you the compensation you need. To discuss your situation with our dedicated Fort Bend County alimony lawyers, contact us today by calling 281-751-6466.