New Hampshire Alimony Lawyer

Alimony, also known as spousal support, is a payment one spouse makes to the other after a divorce. Alimony can help the spouse maintain the standard of living they had during the marriage, or it can provide the spouse with additional support if they need it.

At Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A., our New Hampshire alimony attorney is here to help with your alimony case, and we are dedicated to helping our clients achieve fair and just outcomes.

Contact us online or by calling (603) 742-5222 to discuss your case with an alimony attorney in New Hampshire.

How Is Alimony Calculated?

There are a number of factors that go into determining how much alimony is awarded, including:

  • The length of the marriage
  • Each spouse's income level
  • The financial situation of the supported spouse
  • Any contribution made by either spouse to the marriage (e.g., childcare, cooking, cleaning, etc.)
  • The financial needs of the supported spouse
  • The lifestyle the supported spouse is accustomed to

Types of Alimony in New Hampshire

New Hampshire recognizes various types of alimony, each serving a different purpose. Our alimony lawyers can help you understand the nuances of these types and how they might apply to your situation:

  • Temporary Alimony: Also known as pendente lite alimony, this type of alimony is awarded during the divorce proceedings to ensure that both spouses can maintain a reasonable standard of living until the divorce is finalized.

  • Rehabilitative Alimony: This type of alimony is intended to provide financial support to a spouse while they undergo education, training, or skill development to become self-sufficient.

  • Permanent Alimony: In certain cases, one spouse may be awarded permanent alimony if they are unable to become self-supporting due to age, illness, or other factors.

Why Choose Us as Your Alimony Attorney in New Hampshire?

When it comes to alimony matters in New Hampshire, you need an attorney who not only understands the legal intricacies but also empathizes with the emotional challenges you may be facing during this difficult time. Here's why you should consider choosing us:

  • Experience: Our team of skilled attorneys has years of experience handling alimony cases in New Hampshire and is well-versed in Delaware's family law statutes.

  • Personalized Service: We provide personalized attention to every client, tailoring our strategies to your unique needs and goals.

  • Negotiation Skills: We excel in negotiation, striving for amicable solutions when possible, saving you time, money, and emotional stress.

  • Litigation Expertise: When negotiations fail, we are prepared to represent your interests effectively in court, fighting for the best possible outcome.

  • Transparent Communication: We believe in open and honest communication, keeping you informed at every step of the legal process.

It is important to have an experienced alimony attorney on your side who can help ensure that your unique situation is taken into consideration when alimony is being awarded.

Contact us online or by calling (603) 742-5222 today to get in touch with our New Hampshire alimony lawyer!

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Common Answers To Your Questions

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  • How long is the divorce process?

    Every divorce case is different, so the amount of time it takes to finalize a divorce will be different depending on the couple involved. Some issues that affect how long your case will take include the number of issues contested and how open you and your spouse are to negotiations and making sacrifices. Hostility will often lead to a long divorce process.

  • Why would I need a prenuptial agreement?

    A prenuptial can be beneficial for every marriage, and there are various reasons why couples choose to draft prenuptial agreements. Many couples find solace in knowing what will happen to their property or assets in the event they ever get a divorce, for example. Some other reasons why you might consider a prenuptial agreement are if there’s a significant difference in financial status in your relationship, if you have business partners involved that you want to protect, or if you have children from previous marriages that you want to inherit certain assets.

  • What is the difference between a contested and uncontested divorce? Is one better than the other?

    The main difference between a contested and uncontested divorce is whether the couple in question can agree on all terms of their divorce, from property division to child custody. Generally, an uncontested divorce is viewed favorably because it requires less time and money to negotiate. Uncontested divorces also don’t require court hearings or trials.

  • How does the court determine child custody?

    The court takes many factors into consideration when determining the living situation of children, but above all else, they will prioritize the decision that best serves the children’s best interests. Some factors include who the children say they want to live with (if they’re of a certain age), proximity to schools, the income of each parent, and any history of abuse, addiction, or mental health issues among the parents.