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Alimony Law in Sacramento, CA
Some of our clients did not realize when they began the process of divorce that most of the time, a judge will order what used to be called “temporary alimony” to be paid for the duration of the divorce. Our dedicated post-separation support attorneys in Sacramento, CA are ready to represent your best interests so that you are protected during this stressful and emotional time of your life. Many people are not prepared for the financial strain of divorce, but having the support and legal counsel of our team will ensure that your rights and financial wellbeing are protected. You will be able to rest easy knowing that at Equal Justice Law Group, we have your bases covered. There are various types of alimony which may be awarded in the final divorce result, including the following:
- Bridge the Gap
- Lump Sum
- Permanent Periodic
- Make Your Separation Easier By Relying On Attorneys Who Care
While the distribution of post-separation support is often different from the final settlement, having the resources you need during this emotionally and financially difficult time will have a significant impact on your life for many years to come. You need experienced legal counsel to bring you through to the other side of the divorce proceedings with minimal damages to your financial stability and wellbeing. Call our office today to find out more about how we can support you with exceptional legal advice.
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