Divorce & Alimony

Contemplating divorce can be difficult. Set up a free consultation to find out how we can help guide you through the divorce process.

Divorce—We are prepared to protect your assets as well as your future.

When considering a divorce in Pennsylvania, please know that you are not alone. There are several different options available and you should explore all of them. It is helpful to have some key information and it is vital to be able to trust a PA law firm with extensive experience during this difficult time. At Graff & Associates, we understand that each case is different, and our attorneys are here to help you seek the support you need.

At Graff & Associates, we can handle divorce proceedings that may include:

  • Custody and support disputes
  • Property settlement agreements
  • Domestic violence concerns
  • Prenuptial or post-nuptial agreements
  • “Gray divorce” for those over 50
  • Attorney’s fees

Alimony—Guarding your interests 

Once all financial issues have been resolved and your divorce is going to be finalized, you may be eligible for alimony or may need to seek defense against alimony. In Pennsylvania, the term alimony refers to payments to the lower-income spouse ordered by the courts after a divorce is finalized. Unlike spousal support, alimony is not determined according to a set of guidelines. Alimony may be awarded depending on your income, assets, and financial needs, as well as your spouse’s income, assets, and financial needs. When a lower-income spouse cannot afford to pay their living expenses, Pennsylvania courts can order spousal support or alimony to help ease the burden. At Graff & Associates, LLC, we understand each case is different, and our attorneys are here to help you seek the support you need or to defend against unnecessary payments.

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