West Chester, PA 19380
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Lee Ciccarelli is the founder and managing partner of Ciccarelli Law Offices with over two decades experience as a practicing attorney.
Working in many areas of law Ryan focused his efforts on family law. He prides himself on holding himself to a high standard of ethics and morals.
Bringing many years of experience and knowledge representing our clients in domestic violence and protection from abuse matters.
Albert M. Iacocca is an attorney with extensive knowledge of complex legal matters and has more then 10 years experience.
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Alimony is designed to help one spouse maintain a normal life, or reestablish themselves after a divorce. If a judge orders a spouse to pay alimony, the court has determined that the other spouse is in need of spousal support.
When the paying spouse fails to comply with the court order, the court may employ extreme measures to ensure that the alimony is paid so that the other spouse gets the support he or she needs. If you have been awarded financial assistance and your former spouse is failing to pay it, contact an alimony attorney in West Chester who can help you obtain the financial assistance you are legally entitled to.
The dedicated family attorneys at Ciccarelli Law Offices are knowledgeable in the laws regarding alimony in Pennsylvania as well as related financial arrangements, such as child support. They proudly represent clients in Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Lancaster County, as well as clients in the greater Philadelphia region, who are being deprived the financial support they need. Call (877) 529-2422 to learn about your legal options and how we can assist.
There are several factors that the courts use to determine alimony in Pennsylvania. Some of the main factors include each spouse’s current income, the length of the marriage, the standard of living that was established during the marriage, the assets and liabilities of each spouse, and the earning capacity of each spouse.
Depending on the circumstances, a judge has the right to order alimony at his or her discretion. This can be ordered for a specified period of time or for a lifetime. If the spouse who is receiving the payments remarries, the alimony will be terminated.
If you have been awarded alimony, and your former spouse stops paying or refuses to pay, you and your family law attorney should file a motion with the court, asking a judge to order your former spouse to make the past due alimony payments, as well keep future payments up to date.
According to Title 23 and Section 3703 of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in order to assistant spouses who aren’t receiving their alimony payments, the court can enforce its order by:
A qualified family law attorney can help ensure all avenues are exercised efficiently and help you pursue the payments that were awarded to you by Pennsylvania's courts.
If your former spouse has failed or refused to pay what been awarded, contact Ciccarelli Law Offices. We proudly serve clients throughout West Chester, Phoenixville, Coatesville, Downingtown, Exton, Lancaster, and nearby areas. Call today at (877) 529-2422 or send an online message to schedule your consultation. Your first consultation is free, and can be a vital step in the process of enforcing your court order.