Spousal maintenance is the financial support provided by one party to the other.

A party may have a responsibility to pay spousal maintenance to their spouse/former de facto partner if that party has a need for maintenance to assist them to meet their living expenses and the other party has the capacity to provide financial support.

There is no automatic right to receive spousal maintenance.  At Pullos Lawyers we can provide you with advice about the factors required to be considered in assessing either your need to receive financial support or capacity to pay maintenance.

Our video sets out further information regarding spousal maintenance.  You may also wish to review some of our articles which answer frequently asked questions about spousal maintenance.

 

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