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Representing You Tenaciously In Alimony Disputes

Your alimony arrangement will have a major impact on your finances for the short-term and long-term future. Whether you are the paying or receiving spouse, you deserve an attorney who works to ensure that you attain a fair outcome regarding financial support.

When you need counsel that will uphold your rights and advocate for needs, you can turn to The Law Firm of J. Hector Moreno, Jr. & Associates. For more than 20 years, we have represented clients in Santa Clara County and the nearby area in all aspects of divorce, including alimony. From mediation to litigation, we are determined to advocate for you tenaciously.

How Do Judges Determine Alimony?

Family law courts do not use a one-size-fits-all formula when it comes to issuing alimony orders. Instead, the judge will consider a variety of factors related to your marriage and financial situation. Some of the biggest criteria that could impact alimony include:

  • The duration of the marriage
  • Each spouse’s income and separate assets
  • Each spouse’s contribution to the household
  • Whether one spouse supported the other financially during the marriage
  • The length of time and amount of money necessary before the dependent spouse can become self-sufficient

As you can see, the court has a wide breadth of discretion when it comes to issuing a decision. We will present your side to the judge in a persuasive light, whether you wish to receive long-term alimony, limit the amount you have to pay or modify an existing decree.

Discuss Spousal Support With An Experienced Lawyer

When you need an attorney to advise you throughout your alimony dispute, you can rely on us for experience and tenacity. Reach out to us at our San Jose office location to arrange an initial consultation. To get started, call 408-647-8015 or send us an email.