Alimony Lawyer in Myrtle Beach, SC
Daniel A. Selwa, Attorney at Law, is an alimony lawyer located in Surfside Beach, SC, who accepts divorce and alimony cases in Horry County, Georgetown County, and the surrounding areas.
When you are seeking a divorce, or even if you are just separated from your spouse but not ready to file for divorce, we make it a priority to help you get the financial support you need and that you are entitled to receive, whether that is court-ordered alimony, spousal support, or child support.
No one should feel trapped in a miserable, loveless, or even abusive marriage because they depend on their spouse for financial security. Your alimony attorney can help you determine whether you are entitled to receive spousal support as part of your divorce proceedings or separation.
If you were married for a significant length of time, if your spouse’s earning potential is significantly higher than yours, or if you need financial support to continue the standard of living you enjoyed during your marriage, you may be entitled to spousal support.
Attorney Selwa will fight to ensure that you receive the full amount of alimony or spousal support that you are entitled to receive under the facts of your case and SC law. If your spouse is seeking alimony, your attorney will fight to ensure that you are not ordered to pay more than your former spouse is entitled to receive.
Horry County Alimony Attorneys Who Care
At the Surfside Beach, SC, alimony law firm of Daniel A. Selwa, Attorney at Law, we know that our job is to help our clients get through what may be one of the most difficult times in their life.
When it seems as if everything is falling apart, we are here to help you begin putting it back together again, and that means ensuring that you have the financial support you need to pay your bills, support your kids, and maintain your standard of living.
When you call our law office for help getting a divorce, asking the court for an order of separate support and maintenance, or modifying an existing alimony order, we will:
- Meet with you to learn about your case and your situation,
- Answer your questions and help you determine the best path to achieve your goals,
- Help you determine whether you or your spouse are legally entitled to alimony and how much spousal support should be paid,
- Draft and file your pleadings to accomplish your goal, whether that is a divorce with alimony, separation with spousal support, or modification of an existing alimony order,
- Locate and serve your spouse or former spouse with the pleadings,
- Identify and research any legal issues that may arise in your case,
- Negotiate with your spouse or their attorney to reach an agreement as to spousal support,
- Represent your interests in mandatory mediation, and
- Try your case to a family court judge if your spouse does not agree to pay the alimony that you are entitled to receive (or if your spouse is demanding that you pay an unfair amount of alimony).