In Massachusetts, judges may order temporary alimony/spousal support during the course of a divorce. In the final divorce order, the judge may also order either spouse to pay alimony/spousal support. Alimony can be granted to a man or a woman.
Alimony and spousal support includes:
- Reimbursement Alimony
- Transitional Alimony
- Rehabilitative alimony
- General Term Alimony
Attorney Lauren Popovitch has received excellent orders for her clients on both sides of the alimony spectrum:
Limited or No Alimony Awarded
Uses a checklist and strong oral argument of reasons to deviate from the presumptions.
Large Alimony and/or Permanent Alimony Awarded
Alimony awarded at the top range (up to 35%) of the difference between the parties’ gross incomes established at the time of the order being issued.
Attorney Popovitch will discuss with you the Factors in Determining Alimony/Spousal Support and will provide you with Clear Direction including the new case law regarding Concurrent Alimony and Child Support.