Securing Fair Spousal Support In Your Divorce
Spousal support negotiations can quickly fall victim to gender biases in negotiations and litigation. When a divorce resolves under gender biases, the husband can find himself paying far more than he needed to in the divorce. In order to combat these biases, you need to have a divorce attorney who is familiar with them and ready to fight against them.
Here at the Isaak Law Firm, our Alabama family law team is committed to helping men get a fair divorce. We know that the legal system is broken in a way that often favors women in a divorce when it comes to property division, custody rights, and child and spousal support. We have the power to fight this broken system, and we have every intention of doing so at every opportunity we get.
Get Fair Figures From The Facts
Spousal support should not be something a court determines based on emotions and fake tears. Alimony is meant to support a spouse’s income after divorce not be the only source of income. Typically, in Alabama, spousal support only lasts five years unless the couple was married for more than 20 years. It is possible in long marriages for a spouse to convince a court to award them permanent alimony.
We do not believe it is fair for a spouse to take advantage of a legal system and abuse their ex-spouse for years to come or even a lifetime. You can count on our extensive experience in negotiation and litigation to help you pursue results that you can depend on when you need them. We protect you to ensure that your alimony is a result of the facts and not emotional hearsay.
Let Us Protect You
When you’re a man facing divorce, it can feel like there is nothing you can do to get fair results in any aspect of your divorce. Arm yourself with an experienced attorney who is ready to fight gender biases in a courtroom by contacting us today. Call 334-770-4MEN or email us here to schedule your initial consultation at our Enterprise, Montgomery or Birmingham office and take the first steps toward a fair resolution in your divorce.