- Duration of the marriage
- Income level of each spouse
- Age and health of the each party
- Standard of living during the marriage
- Earning power of each spouse based on his or her education
Whether you are fighting pressure to pay what you feel is more than your fair share of alimony, or you feel that you are not receiving the support that you need, we will advocate for you and do our utmost to ensure that a fair settlement is reached.
We will help you understand Massachusetts Alimony Law
Alimony is tax-deductible for the payer and treated as taxable income for the receiver.
When alimony is awarded, it is usually awarded for a period of time based on the length of the marriage.