Houston Decreasing Alimony Attorneys
When a couple chooses to file for divorce, it is not uncommon for one ex-spouse to wind up paying alimony. This typically occurs because one spouse earns significantly more than the other. The purpose of alimony is to meet the financial needs of both parties without placing an undue burden on a single party. However, some alimony agreements are indefinite and do not include clauses for when an increase or decrease in alimony payment is acceptable.
The decreasing alimony lawyers at Holmes, Diggs, Eames & Sadler understand that financial situations change and alimony agreements should dutifully reflect that change. If you are in need of a modification to your alimony arrangement, our attorneys may be able to help you.
Modifying Alimony Payments
When a spouse that is paying alimony undergoes certain life events, it is possible to reevaluate the original alimony agreements and decrease the monthly payments. Some circumstances that might qualify for this adjustment include the following:
- Loss of job or decrease in salary
- Injury inhibits the paying spouse from earning a wage
- Remarriage or cohabitation of a former spouse
- An increase in salary for the former spouse receiving alimony
At Holmes, Diggs, Eames & Sadler, know there are a number of reasons that you may require an adjustment to alimony. Our attorneys want to help you find a settlement that will work with your changing circumstances.
Contact a Houston Modifying Alimony Payment Lawyer
Divorce is a stressful process for anyone to go through. The modifying alimony attorneys at Holmes, Diggs, Eames & Sadler want to help you make the process a little less stressful. If you or someone you know needs to modify their alimony payments please contact our Houston divorce attorneys at (713) 802-1777. Our skilled team would like to discuss your situation and provide more information to help you understand your legal options.