How do you survive during divorce without an income? Have you have been a stay-at-home parent and your spouse was the primary breadwinner? If you have been financially dependent on your spouse, you may find yourself in need of financial support. You may not be able to wait for the divorce to be finalized to receive maintenance and child support.
While your divorce is pending, there are types of financial relief and help that our knowledgeable and aggressive child support lawyer in Chicago, Susan A. Marks, can help you get right away. A temporary order can be used to stop your spouse from pilfering assets. This can address problems such as how to get household bills paid, how to protect bank accounts, how to stop removal of valuables from the marital home and how to meet the financial needs of raising children during the divorce process.
To qualify for temporary alimony in Chicago, you will need to establish need and a disparity of income between you and your spouse. Divorce lawyer Susan A. Marks can help you get the temporary support that you need during this difficult time.
At SAM LAW OFFICE, LLC, we are ready to address your questions in a straightforward manner. Based on Chicago divorce attorney Susan A. Marks’ extensive knowledge and experience, she can recommend practical solutions and help you move forward with your request for temporary relief.
If you would like to receive legal care that considers your emotional, financial and personal needs in your divorce case, contact an Rolling Meadows divorce attorney at SAM LAW OFFICE, LLC, by phone at 847-255-9925, toll free at 877-286-8180, or by e-mail for a free initial consultation.
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