Military Spousal Support Attorney
Dealing with the stress of a divorce deployed is difficult enough, but when other factors such as support obligations create issues it can make your situation even more complex. It is vitally important to understand the factors affecting both temporary spousal support and spousal maintenance in Texas as they vary significantly from that found in other states. Understanding all your legal options is an important part of protecting your rights, and at the Law Office of Carole Cross we will stand up for you.
Our Texas law firm is dedicated to handling military family law issues, including divorce, spousal support, property division and more. Our military family lawyer has more than 20 years of legal experience, including litigation experience.
Carole Cross is aggressive in the courtroom yet caring and compassionate when working with clients. Her clients benefit from her straightforward approach and her willingness to put her clients’ priorities first.
How Is Spousal Support (Alimony) Determined?
Spousal support (commonly called alimony) can be awarded for short- and/or long-term periods of time. The length and amount of support is determined based on both spouses’ incomes, duration of the marriage, ability to pay support and the need for support. Military spousal support lawyer Carole Cross is highly knowledgeable of Texas spousal support laws and has successfully advised active duty members on the divorce process and on issues involving spousal support and more.
Contact Attorney Carole Cross
Please contact us to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your divorce or spousal support issue. We accept cases throughout the state of Texas, including Fort Worth, Dallas and other cities throughout Texas. Call +1-817-265-8300 or +1-800-761-0961, today.