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Helping Mississippi Couples Establish Alimony

Family law matters typically include major transitions for everyone involved. Divorce involves dismantling a life that a couple has built together. Some people may question if they will have financial security post divorce. A couple’s assets are divided through Mississippi’s equitable distribution process. For some, this will eliminate the need for alimony as it helps set up both individuals financially. When property distribution is insufficient, alimony — also known as spousal support — may be necessary. At Hollis Legal Solutions, PLLC, we understand that the divorce process is emotionally and mentally exhausting. We are sensitive to your needs and will help provide knowledgeable, compassionate guidance to help you move forward.

Guiding You With Compassion

Every divorce is different. The needs of individuals in the divorce process are unique. The court considers a variety of factors when making decisions regarding spousal support.

Factors considered by the court when awarding alimony include:

  • Income and expenses
  • Health and earning capacity
  • Financial need
  • Obligations and assets
  • Length of marriage
  • Minor children
  • Age
  • Standard of living during the marriage
  • Fault and misconduct
  • Tax consequences
  • Marital waste

A trusted family law attorney can evaluate your case to help you understand your options so that you can move forward financially secure.

Reviewing And Examining All Options

The court will evaluate both parties when considering an alimony award. The amount and type of alimony awarded varies, and is dependent on the circumstances and need of each individual. There are four types of alimony available under Mississippi law.

  • Periodic alimony
  • Lump-sum alimony
  • Rehabilitative alimony
  • Reimbursement alimony

Thoroughly Answering Your Questions

If you are dealing with a family situation, or considering divorce, call our office at 662-892-3717 to speak to a lawyer. Scott Hollis will provide you the guidance you need, and will create strategic solutions tailored to create a solid groundwork for your future. Contact us to set up a free consultation. Located in Olive Branch, we also serve clients throughout Southaven and Hernando. Don’t wait; let us help you secure your future.

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