Filing for Temporary Alimony

Going through a divorce can be quite a burdensome process, resulting in both emotional and financial strains. If you gave up a portion or all of your income for the marriage, for instance, if you chose to quit your job to care for children, a divorce can leave you wondering how you will care for yourself and your family. Additionally, divorce proceedings and monetary negotiations can last a number of years before any sort of permanent and fair agreement is reached.

In these cases, an alimony lawyer of Holmes, Diggs & Sadler can help you file for temporary alimony. Temporary alimony is spousal support that will provide the funds needed during the divorce proceedings until a more permanent agreement is reached.

Reasons to File for Temporary Alimony

Filing for temporary alimony can be the answer you need to continue caring for both yourself and your family. You should consider filing for temporary alimony if any of the following occur:

  • You have given up a portion or all of your assets for the marriage
  • You need spousal support to make ends meet
  • The divorce proceedings are lengthy

While filing for alimony of any kind can be a complicated process, a lawyer can make the process much easier.

Contact a Houston Alimony Lawyer for Help

If you are going through a divorce and wondering how you are going to continue to support yourself and your children, a lawyer of Holmes, Diggs & Sadler can help. Please contact us online or call us at (713) 766-5355 today to learn more about your legal options and the services we offer.