Spousal Support

Colorado Springs Spousal Support Lawyers

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Spousal maintenance is among the most combative issues in the divorce process. Our Colorado Springs spousal support attorneys at the Law Office of Greg Quimby, P.C. work to protect our clients’ financial security so that they can move forward with life after divorce. Our spousal attorneys have decades of experience, finely honed trial skills, and an unyielding dedication to our clients’ success.

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    Determining Spousal Support Awards

    Stack of one hundred dollar bills and a note that says "alimony" tied together with a rubber band.Spousal support – also known as spousal maintenance or alimony – is money paid to the dependent spouse by the higher-earning one. The court will assess the higher-earning spouse’s ability to pay and the lesser-earning spouse’s needs when determining whether to award alimony.

    The court will consider factors such as:

    • The duration of the marriage
    • The marital standard of living
    • The education of both spouses
    • The age and health of each party

    How Long Do You Have To Pay Spousal Support in Colorado?

    A Colorado judge may order temporary or permanent alimony. If the couple was married for at least three years but less than 20, the state uses the following system to calculate the amount and duration of support:

    • 3 years: 31% for 11 months
    • 5 years: 35% for 21 months
    • 10 years: 45% for 54 months
    • 15 years: 50% for 90 months
    • 20 years: 50% for 120 months

    If the marriage lasted longer than 20 years, the court will have the power to award spousal support for a specific number of years or indefinitely.

    Consult With Our Colorado Springs Spousal Support Attorney Today

    If you are seeking spousal support, our Colorado Springs spousal support lawyers have the legal knowledge and trial experience to effectively articulate your interests to the court and protect your rights.

    If you have questions about how spousal support may impact your divorce, call (719) 212-4227 or contact us online for a free consultation.

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