Obtain financial assistance with the aid of a Bullitt County spousal support (alimony) lawyer

spousal support / alimony attorney in Shepherdsville and the greater Louisville areaAt the Law Offices of John Schmidt & Associates PLLC, we help you through your divorce and ensure that your financial future stays secure. We strongly believe in the importance of helping our fellow Kentucky residents and devote ourselves to obtaining sufficient alimony to give you and your children the same quality of life you’ve always had.

The amount of maintenance / spousal support you receive depends on a variety of factors

Spousal support, also known as maintenance or alimony, is the name for financial aid you receive from your ex-spouse after your divorce. It is similar to child support, except that this aid is for your own expenses. The amount of money you receive depends on factors including:

  • The length of your marriage

  • The standard of living you maintained in your marriage

  • The presence of marital misconduct

  • Your earning capacity

  • Your spouse’s earning capacity

  • A divorce lawyer determines how much support you are eligible to receive by assessing your pre-divorce lifestyle and your post-divorce outlook.

Our spousal support attorneys secure the future of your family

To seek spousal support that helps you maintain your current standard of living, you need to work with an experienced divorce attorney right away. Our lawyers provide you with patient, kind support and seek results that may include:

  • Sufficient support. We seek to obtain as much spousal support for you as possible to give you a solid financial footing.

  • Out-of-court settlements. We strive to ensure your divorce stays out of the courtroom, avoiding timely and costly litigation.

  • Plans for the future. Making a plan for going forward can provide peace of mind. We offer sound legal advice to keep you safe for years to come.

My name is John Schmidt, and after more than 25 years of service to this community I understand that spousal support can lead to a better and brighter future for you and your family. We work tirelessly and around the clock to obtain alimony settlements that are fair and reasonable. When settlement does not work, we’re ready to fight tooth and nail for your future in court.

We invite you to contact us via e-mail, schedule an appointment or call us today at (502) 509-1490 to get answers to your questions and to learn more about your unique circumstances and how to protect what is most important to you in your family law case.