Golden, CO, Alimony and Spousal Support Lawyer
Alimony and Spousal Support in Golden, CO
Types of Alimony in Colorado
- Temporary maintenance
- Rehabilitative maintenance
- Reimbursement maintenance
- Permanent maintenance
Calculating Spousal Support In Colorado
Why Choose The Drake Law Firm, P.C.?
- Schedule A Consultation – Discuss your case with us during your consultation.
- Highly Reviewed and Recognized – The Drake Law Firm, P.C. has numerous five-star reviews on Google, Facebook, Martindale, Birdeye, and other review sites. In addition, Marie E. Drake has been recognized as a top attorney by Avvo and a top lawyer by the American Law Society.
- Numerous Practice Areas – Our law firm focuses on family law, divorce, child custody and child support.
- Non-adversarial and Aggressive Legal Strategies – The Drake Law Firm, P.C. helps families solve disputes through non-adversarial resolution strategies. However, our firm is always ready to litigate cases before a judge.
- A Firm That Gives Back – Our firm is committed to the community and giving back. By supporting charitable organizations, such as Living Journeys, we hope to make Golden, CO, a better place for everyone.
Spousal Support Options
If you are currently going through a divorce, your Golden, CO, alimony and spousal support lawyer can help you get temporary support. These payments can continue through the divorce. When the divorce is finalized, you can then transition to another type of alimony. Often, the transition is made to rehabilitative support payments. If you receive rehabilitative support, you’ll continue to get payments until you can become financially independent. Thus, once you get a stable job, the payments will end.
Reimbursement support is also an option. The judge might grant this if you paid for professional certificates or education expenses. This alimony allows the other party to pay you back and will end once you’re paid in full.
Finally, there is permanent alimony. As the name suggests, this goes on forever. However, it’s only granted in special circumstances. For instance, if you have a chronic illness or disability, you might qualify for permanent support.