Spousal Support

Spousal Support Divorce Services in Somerset

Work with skilled attorneys to navigate difficult financial and family law issues

Spouse support is typically handled through the Domestic Relations Office of each county.  It is not automatic and you must file a Complaint for Spousal Support separate from a Divorce Complaint.  Pennsylvania provides statutory guidelines of how much Spousal Support should be paid.  Spousal Support is paid only when the parties are separated but not yet divorced and there are some situations which may disqualify someone from receiving Spousal Support.  We will help you determine if you, or your spouse, are eligible for Spousal Support and how much it may be.

Contact a skilled Johnstown-area divorce lawyer today

If you and your spouse have a substantial amount of debts or assets, work with an experienced divorce attorney. This is a complicated area of the law, and our law firm has the skills and legal resources to assert your rights without additional stress for you. Contact us or call 877-827-9006 for a free initial consultation.

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For more information on debt relief, the other services we offer, or on what sets us apart from your average firm, please - call us today!

877-827-9006

209 West Patriot Street
Somerset, PA 15501

3115 N. Front Street
Harrisburg, PA 17110

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We serve clients throughout all of Pennsylvania with Bankruptcy, Debt Negotiation, Mortgage Foreclosure Defense, Divorce, and Estate Planning. Though we have two offices, no travel is necessary.

We service Pennsylvania clients from Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Altoona, Bedford, Blairsville, Connellsville, Cranberry, Ebensburg, Greensburg, Huntingdon, Johnstown, Indiana, Lancaster, Monroeville, New Kensington, State College, Somerset, Uniontown, Washington, Wexford and throughout the state.

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