San Diego Increasing Alimony Attorneys
When two people marry, they enter a legally-binding financial agreement with each other. This means that when a couple decides to separate or divorce, there remains an obligation to financially support one another in the form of alimony. If you have divorced are receiving alimony, you are entitled to financial security and a stable lifestyle. If there has been a change in your circumstances, you may be eligible for increased alimony.
If your circumstances have changed and you believe that you now deserve more alimony than you are currently receiving, we may be able to help. For guidance and representation in the legal procedure to increase alimony, contact the San Diego increasing alimony attorneys at Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP, by calling (760) 757-6854.
Circumstances When Alimony Can Be Increased
There are many circumstances in which a financially supported ex-spouse may be entitled to increased alimony. In a legal case, the court will generally require documentation of a change in circumstances in order to grant alimony modification. This documentation includes proof that the supported spouse is facing one of the following situations:
- Disabled and therefore prevented from working
- Unexpectedly fired or laid off from work
- Victim to unforeseen medical bills or other expenses
- Burdened by an increased cost of living
If you are facing a difficult financial situation due to changes in financial stability, you can consult an attorney today about a potential increase in alimony.
If you are currently undergoing a change in financial circumstances and believe you may be entitled to an increase in alimony, do not hesitate to contact Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP. We can help you secure the increased alimony that you need to support yourself. Contact an experienced San Diego increasing alimony lawyer to discuss your options today at (760) 757-6854.