Are You Entitled to Alimony in North Carolina? Charlotte Divorce Lawyers Help Answer Your Question

Whether you are entitled to alimony, or spousal support, in your North Carolina divorce case, will depend on a number of factors. Some of these factors include:

  • Income of the spouses
  • Standard of living established during the marriage
  • Marital misconduct, including infidelity and adultery
  • The ages and the physical, mental, and emotional conditions of the spouses
  • The duration of the marriage

Other factors that may be relevant to an alimony case should be discussed with a North Carolina attorney.

If you believe you may have a valid claim for alimony or may have an alimony claim filed against you, we can meet with you to discuss your options for moving forward.

We encourage you to look through our website ( to help learn about the issues or potential issues that may apply to your situation. We also encourage you to connect with us online—a link to our firm page on Facebook and individual links to Twitter and LinkedIn are located on each of our attorneys biographical pages—to learn about our firm and attorneys. Our Attorney Profile Pages can also help you select which attorney you would feel most comfortable working with on your case.

The attorneys at Miller Bowles Cushing are ready to meet with you to discuss your Charlotte family law case. Give us a call today at (704) 810-1400.

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