Charleston, WV Spousal Support Attorneys

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Charleston, WV Spousal Support Attorneys

Attorneys (6)

  • Charles A. Riffee II
  • Member at Caldwell & Riffee
  • Charleston, WV U.S.A.
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      4.5/5.0 (1)
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  • Julia B. Shalhoup
  • Member at Julia Shalhoup
  • Charleston, WV U.S.A.
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      4.4/5.0 (6)
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  • James T. Cooper
  • Member at Law Office of James T. Cooper
  • Charleston, WV U.S.A.
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  • R. Lyne Ranson
  • Member at Lyne Ranson Law Offices, PLLC
  • Charleston, WV U.S.A.
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      4.3/5.0 (1)
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  • C. Page Hamrick III
  • Member at C. Page Hamrick III
  • Charleston, WV U.S.A.
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  • Charles R. "Rusty" Webb
  • Managing Partner at The Webb Law Centre, PLLC
  • Charleston, WV U.S.A.
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      4.0/5.0 (4)
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      Silver Client Champion Silver Client Champion  
    • Peer Reviews

      4.0/5.0 (4)
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      Silver Client Champion Silver Client Champion  

Spousal Support

When a couple divorces, either the husband or wife may request that his or her ex-spouse pays spousal support, also known as alimony, palimony or spousal maintenance. Alimony is intended to temporarily or permanently address income inequality that results from the split, particularly if one spouse is disabled, has been out of the workforce, raising children or supporting his or her spouse's career. Spousal support lawyers and family law attorneys can help negotiate alimony agreements and resolve disputes that arise after an agreement has been reached.