Family Law


Adams County Spousal Support & Alimony Lawyer

Spousal maintenance or alimony is not regulated by any base guidelines. Instead, the decision to award support is based on individual circumstances, and the amount and duration of support can vary. If the option for maintenance is waived, that decision is irrevocable. Considering the importance of support during a divorce, it is in your best interests to consult with an experienced family law attorney.

Experienced Brighton Alimony Lawyer

I am Kathryn R. Tolison of Tolison & Williams, Attorneys at Law, LLC. My practice is 100 percent dedicated to family law, which means I have extensive experience with matters pertaining to spousal support. I will meet with you to discuss the types of modifiable and nonmodifiable alimony and determine if you qualify to receive any of them. If so, I will guide you through the legal process and strongly advocate for you at every step.

Spousal support and alimony are determined based on several factors, including:

  • The standard of living established during the marriage
  • Current earnings and earning capacity of each party
  • Financial assets of each party
  • Length of the marriage
  • Whether one spouse stayed at home to raise children
  • Ages of both parties and their ability to support themselves
  • What assets and debts each spouse will be allocated during property division

Contact Me Today

To speak to an experienced Adams County spousal support lawyer, call me at 303-500-7706 or send an email using the online contact form to schedule a consultation. As a truly mobile lawyer, I can meet with you near your home, work or child care. Evening and weekend appointments are available, and I accept all major credit cards


Want to learn more? We are here to help.