Spousal maintenance — commonly referred to as alimony or spousal support in other states — remains one of the most contentious and difficult aspects of family law, making the services of a family law attorney an absolute necessity to ensuring a just and equitable outcome. The level of financial assistance one spouse owes another is set by a judge and is a very fact-specific determination. Each case is different, and a judge must take into account a wide variety of factors. If you are facing a dispute over maintenance, or want to learn how to modify your spousal support obligations, the family law lawyers at Van Hood & Schneider can help.
Van Hoof & Schneider Law Firm has more than 75 years of working to achieve the goals our clients set forth. If you are concerned about spousal support or alimony, our divorce lawyers can work on your behalf and put your fears to rest.
The statute also allows a judge to consider “such other factors as the court may in each individual case determine to be relevant.” This allows a judge broad discretion to consider all the factors surrounding your marriage and divorce when determining spousal support and maintenance.
Wisconsin maintenance (alimony) and spousal support orders can be modified when there is a substantial change in circumstances since the time of the last Order. The family law lawyers from our firm can provide guidance on interpreting this standard and represent you during hearings on the matter.
Contact us for more information regarding spousal support and alimony in Wisconsin
The offices of Van Hoof & Schneider Law Firm are conveniently located on Main Street in Little Chute. Our divorce attorneys strive to put your fears to rest when you are facing difficult questions about spousal support & maintenance and your financial future. We take pride in responding to your inquiries promptly and courteously. For a 30-minute free lawyer consultation, contact us at 920.788.3543 or online.
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Casey Paul Schneider obtained his Bachelor of Science, Dean's List, 1990, from the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh and his Juris Doctor, Dean's List, 1994, from Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
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