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Category Archives: Spousal Support


Spousal Support In Virginia: How It Can Help You Recover From A Virginia Divorce

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Going through a divorce can be devastating. In addition to the emotional impacts, there may be serious concerns over how you will financially recover and support yourself in the aftermath. Spousal support may be an option. Our Virginia spousal support lawyer explains more about your rights to these payments in a Virginia divorce and… Read More »

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How To Get The Total Amount Of Spousal Support Owed In Your Virginia Divorce

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Getting a divorce is a life-changing event. In addition to the impact on your family and the emotions involved, there are serious financial considerations as well. Particularly if you relied on your spouse as the primary breadwinner, you may wonder how you will support yourself once your divorce is finalized. Spousal support in Virginia… Read More »

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Five Facts You Need To Know About Alimony In Loudoun County

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Going through a divorce can create serious financial hardships, particularly if one spouse makes less than the other or depended on them for support. Alimony payments can help in making the adjustment to being single. Find out whether you may be entitled to alimony in Loudoun County and five important facts you need to… Read More »

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How A New Relationship Could Impact Your Rights To Spousal Support In Virginia

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

After enduring an unhappy marriage and filing for a divorce, meeting someone new who treats you right can be exciting. There is nothing wrong with moving on after getting a divorce in Loudoun County. However, it is important to be aware of how a new relationship could impact your rights regarding spousal support. Dating… Read More »

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