Don't Assume the Judge Will Automatically Grant You Alimony

Don't Assume the Judge Will Automatically Grant You Alimony

Rock Hill, SC residents choose Duncan Legal to represent them

In South Carolina, judges have the power to make alimony decisions if one spouse requests it and the other opposes it. If you're convinced you need financial support from your former spouse, do yourself a favor by hiring an experienced alimony attorney.

Duncan Legal, LLC will represent you as you're seeking alimony. We're a local family law firm based in Rock Hill, SC, and attorney Duncan is licensed to practice in North and South Carolina. To speak with him about your case, call 803-366-6633 today.

How much alimony will the judge award you?

If he or she decides to grant alimony, the judge will consider factors like...

  • The duration of your marriage
  • Standard of living during the marriage
  • Marital misconduct or fault
  • Physical and emotional condition
  • Educated background
  • Employment history and earning potenital
  • Earings
  • Expenses and needs
  • Marital and Nonmarital properties
  • Child Custody
  • Tax Consequences
  • Other support obligations
  • Other factors the court deems relevant


Choose Duncan Legal to represent you in court in Rock Hill, SC or surrounding areas. Schedule your free consultation by calling 803-366-6633 today.