Spousal Maintenance/Alimony

Divorce and custody cases can make people feel alone. With our lawyers’ help, however, you will not go through this alone. We will fight as hard as necessary to protect your rights.

Who Gets Financial Support After Divorce in Nebraska?

Financial support is one of the most complex issues for divorcing couples. Alimony, also called spousal support, is a type of mandated financial support given to the lesser-earning spouse after divorce to lessen unfair economic hardship. It can be a source of great contention between the two parties.

At Monzón, Guerra & Chipman, Attorneys At Law, we understand how difficult it can be to navigate complex financial matters brought by the end of your marriage. We are dedicated to helping our clients protect their interests and seek fair and sustainable financial support orders during this difficult time.

Contact our office in Lincoln at 402-979-8703 to discuss alimony and your divorce.

A Secure Financial Future for You

In Nebraska, courts may grant spousal maintenance based on what is most reasonable and fair, according to the details of the individual circumstances. Some of the factors considered include:

  • The length of the marriage
  • The financial contributions of both parties during the marriage
  • Whether one spouse left his or her career to raise children
  • Support and time needed for the lesser-earning spouse to reenter the workforce

Spousal support may be temporary or permanent, depending on the individual factors of the case. These payments are separate from any financial support for the care of the children.

Our Nebraska family law attorneys provide both compassionate support and tenacious advocacy of your financial security throughout the divorce process. We will strive to employ our experience and extensive knowledge of the law to benefit your case and pursue a reasonable outcome on your behalf.

The Divorce Help You Need Is a Call Away

Our lawyers help individuals in Lincoln and the surrounding areas navigate the complexities of divorce. Contact our office at 402-979-8703 or complete the online contact form for additional information. We offer confidential initial case consultations.