Will Spousal Support Apply In Your Texas Divorce?

Marriages, whether they last or not, usually involves a contribution of both parties. But because of this, two people who are ending their marriage to one another are not always on equal financial footing when they stand apart. In these divorce cases, some amount of financial support from the spouse who is better off may be a remedy.

Jane-Ashley McMillan, Attorney At Law, Can Help Determine Whether Spousal Support Will Be Part Of Your Divorce

Plano spousal support attorney, Jane-Ashley McMillan represents both husbands and wives in the Plano area and throughout Dallas, Denton and Collin counties in alimony-related concerns. Ms. McMillan has more than 30 years of experience in these matters and has been certified as a family law specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Changes In Texas Law

Until recently, Texas was the only state in the country that did not consider alimony in divorce proceedings. However, new changes in the law make it possible on the basis of a number of factors — for courts to award financial support to one spouse after their marriage has ended.

Although this support is generally limited in its amount and duration, it can nonetheless be critical to the well-being of the spouse who needs it.

The law office of Jane-Ashley McMillan can also helps spouses who want to make appropriate modifications to their spousal support agreements.

For experienced representation in issues related to spousal maintenance, contact divorce lawyer Jane-Ashley McMillan today.

Call 972-422-2424 for guidance and representation in a divorce including spousal support.