Aggressive Texas Alimony/Spousal Support Attorneys
When you’re going through a divorce, issues related to alimony or spousal support can be some of the most difficult upon which to agree. If you’ve been accustomed to a particular lifestyle, or if you’ve given up your career to take care of children or maintain the family home, going it on your own without some level of support may be frightening or simply inconceivable. On the other hand, you don’t want to be taken advantage of by an ex-spouse who’s not inclined to work or provide for himself or herself. Often, the most effective way to resolve these matters is with the advice and counsel of an experienced family lawyer.
At Bailey & Galyen, we’ve provided skilled and knowledgeable representation in family law matters in Texas for more than 30 years. The lawyers in our family law practice offer more than 200 years of combined practice experience to men and women across Texas. We know the emotional challenges that come with divorce, so we’ll work hard to be there to listen when you need to talk. Nonetheless, our attorneys will take an aggressive approach, always seeking to secure the best result for you. We place a premium on open and honest communication, keeping you involved and informed at all times, so that you can made good decisions about how you want to proceed. We’ll respond to all your calls and e-mails as soon as possible.
Our Representation in Alimony/Spousal Support Disputes
We work with either party to an alimony dispute. We’ll carefully gather and evaluate the evidence to determine whether a spousal support award is warranted, looking at all the factors considered by Texas courts, including the length of the marriage, the age and health of the parties, the earning potential of the parties, the dissipation of assets by either party and the ability of the payor to meet the obligation.
If so, we’ll help you identify how much should be paid, how often and for how long. We can help you with any type of alimony claim, including requests for:
- Permanent alimony— Spousal support until death or remarriage, typically
- Temporary alimony— Payment for a specific period of time
- Rehabilitative alimony—Support until the recipient has become self-sufficient
Contact the Experienced Family Law Attorneys at Bailey & Galyen
Our phone lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so there’s no reason not to call right now. Our lawyers are available to meet with you evenings or weekends, if necessary. Call us toll-free at 855-810-7010 or send us an e-mail to schedule an appointment.
Family Law Managing Attorney Keith Spencer is Board-Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
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We represent family law clients in Dallas, Houston, Fort Worth, Carrollton, Bedford, Weatherford, Plano, Arlington and Mesquite.