Norman And Wewoka, Oklahoma, Alimony Lawyers

Experienced Oklahoma Family Law Attorneys

Has a disagreement over alimony disrupted progress toward settlement of your Oklahoma divorce? Are you considering filing for divorce in Oklahoma, but first want to understand the law as it pertains to alimony, also sometimes called spousal support or spousal maintenance?

Are you paying too much spousal support, in light of a lost job or other sudden change in income due to the recession? Are you receiving too little? You should seek immediate legal guidance if a post-judgment modification is necessary and justified.

In any such situation, you can get the information you need from skilled lawyers at Nichols Dixon — an Oklahoma family law firm equipped to handle complex issues such as alimony, child custody and visitation, property division and child support.

Prepared To Explain The Law And Address Your Unique Concerns

Norman, Oklahoma, alimony lawyers Drew Nichols have years of experience that can benefit you as you work to determine appropriate alimony under Oklahoma law. They will listen carefully to your wishes and personalize their representation to fit your unique situation, further explaining basic considerations such as:

  • When a married couple decides to divorce, one spouse may be awarded temporary or permanent spousal support (alimony).
  • The amount may be determined based on many factors, beginning with divorcing spouses' respective ability to pay and need for financial support.
  • Alimony can be awarded in the form of monthly payments, annual payments or a lump sum settlement.

Attorney Drew Nichols will be sensitive to your financial needs and budget constraints. They can assist in establishing an alimony amount and payment approach or structure that is right for you. From start to finish of your case, open communication ensures that any sudden question or concern you have will be addressed.

Meet With Us In Norman Or Wewoka: Alimony Attorneys You Can Trust

Attorneys at Nichols Dixon are here to protect your rights if alimony is a key issue in your divorce — or if you have questions about seeking a modification. Contact this law firm now at 405-217-4118 for a consultation focused on your legal rights and options.