Maintenance/Alimony

White Plains Spousal Support Lawyers Well Versed In New York Maintenance Laws

To ensure a dependent spouse is able to maintain a lifestyle similar to that shared by the couple during marriage, the court can order one spouse to pay spousal maintenance. Depending on the factors of your case, spousal maintenance—previously known alimony—may last for the duration of a divorce or continue for years afterward.

Although the court strives to reach a fair and impartial outcome, representation by an experienced White Plains spousal support lawyer who understands the nuances of spousal support laws is critical. Miller Zeiderman & Wiederkehr understands your concerns and will advocate for the best possible outcome for you and your family.

Protecting Your Rights in Spousal Maintenance or Support Cases

The first step to securing your financial future is contacting the family law offices of Miller Zeiderman & Wiederkehr to schedule a consultation regarding your spousal maintenance (formerly called alimony) needs. Learning how to protect your rights is essential to ensuring a favorable outcome, regardless of whether you are the recipient of support or the provider. If you are in need of legal advice for a spousal maintenance or spousal support case, please reach out to an attorney at either our White Plains or New York City law office.

If you have any questions regarding New York maintenance, spousal support, or any other aspect of divorce, an attorney from Miller Zeiderman & Wiederkehr can help you through the process with reliable, trustworthy counsel. Contact our offices for a consultation today. We serve residents of Putnam County, Orange County, Rockland County, the Lower Hudson Valley, Westchester County, White Plains, and New York City.