Spousal Maintenance (Alimony)

When going through a divorce, one of the first questions, after questions about custody, are questions about spousal maintenance or alimony.  These questions are important because a divorce effectively divides the assets while doubling the costs because there are now two households to maintain. This can be stressful where both parties can feel like they are being asked to make unreasonable sacrifices by the other party.

We Are Experienced in High Asset Cases:

Alimony, in its construction, was designed to protect individuals who have become financially dependent upon another to remain viable in the case of a divorce.   There isn’t typically an award given when the incomes are more or less equal.   Spousal maintenance is not a given.  It follows very specific rules and it is critical to have your rights protected when it comes to spousal maintenance. 


When the incomes are extremely out of balance, an award can be made, but this award can vary as circumstances change for the individuals involved in the case.  There can be an increase in support or a decrease in support depending on factors of the case.

Alimony in Clark County

The typical cases, alimony is not a permanent fixture in the divorce arrangement.  We work with you to help you get the best results for your case.


Spousal maintenance is some of the most hotly contested aspects of family law, and if you want the best outcome, you need someone who can fight for you and go to trial to protect your interests in these matters.

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