Secure The Resources You Need To Get Through Your Divorce
If you’re facing a divorce and your soon-to-be ex-spouse is the primary breadwinner between the two of you, you are likely counting on receiving either child support or spousal alimony to help you move forward after your divorce. But what about during the divorce process? There is a way to receive supplemental income during your divorce process, and you may qualify for it.
Here in Lehighton, you can find the office of Rapa Law Office, P.C., a team of Pennsylvania attorneys who are dedicated to seeing that you receive your best possible outcome during serious situations in your life, such as divorce. If you need income to help you through your divorce, you may qualify for alimony pendente lite (APL). We want to help you understand what APL is and whether you qualify.
How You Can Earn Alimony Pendente Lite
Here in Pennsylvania, spouses can apply for APL if they need financial assistance from their spouse during the divorce. While this may seem like alimony, APL is only for the duration of the divorce, not after. If you wind up earning spousal support, that begins at the same time APL ends.
Unlike spousal support, APL is not granted automatically if your spouse cheated in your marriage or was abusive. It is granted solely on the relevant facts, and you need your attorney to present your best possible case for it. We can help you pursue APL by filling out the claim in the proper manner so you can secure your well-being and your future.
Let Us Fight For You
No matter which stage you’re at in your divorce, we are eager to step in and start representing your needs. You deserve the best possible outcome in your case, and we can help you earn it. Contact our office by calling us at 610-589-0663 or emailing us here.
We look forward to earning the privilege of representing you when you need us most, so reach out today to schedule your initial consultation.