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Coeur d’Alene Property Division And Spousal Support Lawyer

During a divorce, issues are handled differently from state to state. When you are facing property division and spousal support matters as part of your divorce, you want a law firm on your side that has a thorough understanding of how Idaho laws pertain to your specific situation.At the Hague Law Offices in North Idaho, our firm is dedicated to helping clients understand all the potential ways in which their family law and divorce cases may be resolved. Coeur d’Alene attorney Michael B. Hague has more than 25 years of experience that he applies when discussing avenues of resolution, as well as how any decisions may affect your future.

Dividing Property In Divorce

Idaho is a community property state. This means that all property and assets that were acquired by the couple during the course of the marriage are generally subject to division. This often means that we find ourselves fighting not only for our client’s right to the assets and property to which he or she is entitled, but also to ensure that separate property is kept separate or is examined further to determine if it is in fact separate.

It is important to understand that in addition to property and assets, debts are subject to division and allocation as well. We can help you analyze your potential outcomes using the facts of your specific case.

Handling Spousal Support Issues

Spousal support (sometimes called “alimony,” but more properly called “maintenance” in the state of Idaho) is the money that may be paid by one spouse to the other during the divorce process and after. It may be a lump sum or regular payments over a specific period of time, if awarded.

A range of factors are considered by the courts when determining whether or not spousal support should be awarded, including but not limited to:

  • Age of the parties
  • Length of the marriage
  • Income of the parties
  • Income-earning potential of the parties
  • Children of the marriage
  • Health of the parties
  • Other monetary obligations

Judges can consider other factors, but compelling and relevant arguments must be given in order to support the claims.

Contact Us Now To Discuss Your Rights

If you have questions or concerns about your property division or alimony matters, get in touch with our lawyer at Hague Law Offices today by calling 208-215-7053 or using our online contact form.

Coeur d’Alene Property Division And Spousal Support Lawyer

During a divorce, issues are handled differently from state to state. When you are facing property division and spousal support matters as part of your divorce, you want a law firm on your side that has a thorough understanding of how Idaho laws pertain to your specific situation.At the Hague Law Offices in North Idaho, our firm is dedicated to helping clients understand all the potential ways in which their family law and divorce cases may be resolved. Coeur d’Alene attorney Michael B. Hague has more than 25 years of experience that he applies when discussing avenues of resolution, as well as how any decisions may affect your future.

Dividing Property In Divorce

Idaho is a community property state. This means that all property and assets that were acquired by the couple during the course of the marriage are generally subject to division. This often means that we find ourselves fighting not only for our client’s right to the assets and property to which he or she is entitled, but also to ensure that separate property is kept separate or is examined further to determine if it is in fact separate.

It is important to understand that in addition to property and assets, debts are subject to division and allocation as well. We can help you analyze your potential outcomes using the facts of your specific case.

Handling Spousal Support Issues

Spousal support (sometimes called “alimony,” but more properly called “maintenance” in the state of Idaho) is the money that may be paid by one spouse to the other during the divorce process and after. It may be a lump sum or regular payments over a specific period of time, if awarded.

A range of factors are considered by the courts when determining whether or not spousal support should be awarded, including but not limited to:

  • Age of the parties
  • Length of the marriage
  • Income of the parties
  • Income-earning potential of the parties
  • Children of the marriage
  • Health of the parties
  • Other monetary obligations

Judges can consider other factors, but compelling and relevant arguments must be given in order to support the claims.

Contact Us Now To Discuss Your Rights

If you have questions or concerns about your property division or alimony matters, get in touch with our lawyer at Hague Law Offices today by calling 208-215-7053 or using our online contact form.

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I am an attorney whose practice is devoted entirely to neutral services as an arbitrator, mediator and administrative hearings officer. I have had an exclusively neutral practice for over 15 years. Over this time period, Mr. Hague has participated in diverse civil mediations with me acting as mediator; however the most notable cases have been high value and complex property/debt divorces. Mr. Hague combines being a strong advocate with being a willing and active problem solver in the process.

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