When a couple decides to divorce, one of the partners may establish a case for spousal support. This is a certain amount of money, sometimes referred to as alimony, specified by the courts to be paid by the other partner each month. Every case is different and the spousal support may be temporary or permanent.
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Dan McCandless, Of Counsel to Griffith, Young & Lass, APC, knows the ins and outs of spousal support cases from a legal and accounting standpoint. Getting sound legal and financial advice on your spousal support case gives you the best strategy to resolve your case.