As a public service, the Webb Law Firm will give away each year a free divorce to the person, who in the opinion of the Webb Law firm presents the most compelling story as to why they deserve a free divorce. The divorce is limited to an uncontested, no-fault divorce with no or minimal child custody issues. The contest will begin immediately. The winner will be announced via press release on Valentine’s Day of each year. While the service is free, the winner will be responsible for all fees, costs and expenses associated with the divorce. The divorce is limited to divorces with jurisdiction in West Virginia.”
Current clients are ineligible for this free service.
|Alimony / Spousal Support Modifications|
At the conclusion of a divorce case wherein the Court determines first, whether alimony or spousal support should be awarded in the first instances, and then the nature of the alimony or spousal support as either a lump sum, rehabilitative, temporary, or permanent form of support, then in the future there may be an opportunity to either modify the support by either party depending on their change of financial circumstances.
Normally, in cases of lump sum, rehabilitative, and temporary alimony, the opportunity after the divorce to modify those types of support is not available. However, when the Court awards permanent spousal support or alimony, there is usually an opportunity to modify that support until both parties have reached retirement and/or the age on which they receive social security disability benefits. In those cases where permanent alimony is subject to modification after the divorce, the party seeking a modification needs experienced counsel or a party who is opposing a modification or termination of alimony needs experienced counsel.
Attorney Rusty Webb has represented a number of individuals who find themselves on either side of the modification or termination of permanent alimony issue. Do not leave such an important case to inexperienced counsel. Call Rusty Webb for a consultation.