spousal support

  • Are you facing a divorce and want to know how much Spousal Support you will have to pay?

  • Has your ex just served you with court papers to raise your spousal support?

  • Has your Ex just remarried or begun cohabiting with another? Has she just begun to work or received a raise at her job?

  • Or maybe you just want information on how you can lower or terminate your current spousal support order!

  • Are you aware that there are now laws requiring a person that receives spousal support to make a "good faith" effort to find a job? And if they don't their support can be reduced or even terminated!

Spousal support is calculated using Federal and state guidelines formulas. It is based on the incomes of the parties, length of marriage and the "hardship" needs of the receiving party. Further, in many states there are new law's which now limit the length of time and the amount a former spouse can receive for spousal support.

If you're facing any of the previously stated circumstances, you should have a qualified person run a support calculation before you make any decision related to spousal support. Many of my clients unadvisedly signed agreements to pay spousal support not knowing that such an agreement was double the actual guideline amount.

There are two ways to get the answers and help you need:

First, I have written a book called the Fathers Rights Survival Guide. This simple, easy to understand guide contains a section on establishing or modifying a child and/or spousal support order. This section will answer all of the questions you may have about how child and spousal support is calculated by the court and what you can do to minimize such payments. Learn how Spousal support is calculated and how to be sure you are paying the correct amount. Spousal Support rules have changed in recent years and have become more "male" friendly than ever before. Therefore, before you spend a dime on an attorney or other legal services learn how the system works. You can be sure your Ex has! The information is good in all 50 States.

To learn more about the Fathers Rights Survival Guide and how you can obtain a copy now simply click here.

Second, I am very excited about a new way to help my clients. It's called The Advocate Plan. This plan is a "one on one" relationship with me. I become your personal advocate. When you get court papers, a letter from the ex's attorney, have questions and/or concerns I will be there to provide answers and tell you exactly what must be done. Whatever the issue you will always have someone to contact for specific answers and guidance. This plan includes the Fathers Rights Survival Guide. This is the best Fathers Rights legal help any man can get!

To learn more about The Advocate Plans just click here!

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