What is Spousal Maintenance and Alimony?
Spousal Maintenance and Alimony are financial payments made to a former spouse after a divorce is finalized, and the amounts are set and enforced by the court in which the divorce proceedings occurred.
As living situations change, so might the required amount for spousal maintenance and alimony. If your former spouse loses his or her job or changes jobs, he or she may start making more or less money, changing the amount that he or she is required to pay. Sometimes, spouses will refuse to pay anything despite a court order, or an ex-spouse may think he or she is entitled to far more than what was ordered. Under any of these circumstances, an investigation into the situation may be necessary. Mr. Holder is trained to find all of the information required for a modification by the courts. Call today for a free consultation.
Do you need a Private Investigator for Alimony?
In the unfortunate event that you have to get a divorce, you may have certain responsibilities or be entitled to certain benefits during the split. Spousal Maintenance and Alimony or court ordered payments to be made to a former spouse in need of financial assistance. But living situations may change significantly after the court orders payments made, and they may be too much or too little, depending on those changes. If you need an investigator to make a strong case as to why you need or deserve more, or why you are being forced to pay too much, then call the Dirty South Investigator today. Mr. Holder, alimony private investigator will do the leg work to get you objective evidence that supports your case, and it will be admissible in court.
Case Type Cost Factors
Effort : Typical Investigation
Duration : 3-14 Days
Please be prepared, a Free Consultation for this investigation type may request the following information:
- Do you have a court order or divorce decree that orders payment of support?
- Have you received any support payments of any kind?
- Are you receiving any cash-based welfare benefits?
- Are you the legal guardian?
- Are there global assets involved?
- Are you aware of any deferred compensation packages, stock options, retirement, future income, etc.?
- Are you concerned about the subjects income, credit or assets?
- Are you seeking financial support adjustments?
- What is the subjects line of work?
- Does the subject have a propensity toward violence, physical and/or verbal?
- Does the subject have any vehicles?
- Does the subject or opposing party have an attorney?
- Has the subject reported factually on previous tax returns?
- How much money or value in assets do you estimate are hidden?
- What have you done on your own to this point? (This can be very critical to success)
- By what date do the services need to be complete?