Spousal Support & Alimony Lawyer in Grand Blanc MI
Attorney Mary-Anne Noonan specializes in providing divorcing couples a streamlined, cost-effective, drama-free divorce process. Founder and owner of FasTrack Divorce in Michigan, she is committed to helping clients in the Grand Blanc MI area with a wide range of divorce and family law matters, including alimony, spousal support, child custody, and child support.
Whether you are considering divorce, have already received divorce paperwork, or are in the midst of a contested or uncontested case, the FasTrack Divorce team of Michigan will help you complete the divorce process as quickly and painlessly as possible - without creating unnecessary drama or employing high-cost divorce tactics. This translates into lower fees and less drama between the parties, which is often better for the kids.
Meet Mary-Anne Noonan, Michigan's FasTrack Divorce Divorce Lawyer
Mary Anne Noonan, founder and owner ofFasTrack Divorce in Michigan, is a Family Law practitioner committed to helping clients with a wide range of family law & divorce matters throughout Michigan.
A Michigan native, she attended Marian High School, received a Bachelor of Arts from University of Michigan, and her Juris Doctor from University of Detroit Law. Mary Anne is involved in a variety of local organizations such as:
- Wayne County Bar Association
- Oakland County Bar Association
- Catholic Lawyers
- Incorporated Society of Irish American Lawyers
- State Bar of Michigan Character and Ethics Committee
Grand Blanc MI's Most Trusted Legal Counsel for Divorce and Spousal Support Cases
More times than not, in Michigan, alimony is referred to as spousal support. Many individuals seeking a divorce are unaware as to what alimony is or how it is determined. Alimony or spousal support needs to be taken into consideration early on so you can plan for it financially. There is no specific mathematical formula to determine whether or not spousal support should be awarded or how much is to be awarded. Neither is there a set length of time support ought to be awarded. Instead, the judge regards the unique factors of the case and assigns an amount to the case. Michigan judges take several factors into consideration when determining how much support to award to either spouse, which include:
- The past relations and conduct of the parties
- Length of the marriage
- Ability of the parties to work and pay alimony
- Source and amount of the property awarded to the parties
- Age of both parties
- Present situations
- Needs of the parties
- Prior standard of living of both spouses
- General principles of equity
Don't Be Caught by Surprise with Spousal Support
Even if spousal support is awarded to one party, it can be modified. This means that if one party experiences a change in circumstances the support award may change to reflect this. A skilled Michigan divorce attorney can discuss your legal rights and inform you in ways of protecting you and your family's future.
Discover how Attorney Mary Anne Noonan has helped others through their difficult times:
"Mary Anne was outstanding during my high conflict divorce at both a professional and personal matter. She is thorough, prepared, diligent and tough but with a class personal aspect that stands out above all."
- Tina B.
"My experience with Mary Anne has been life changing. With her professional advice and attention, outstanding results were achievable. She was able to provide peace of mind in an amicable and dignified manner, every step of the way."
- Jennifer E.
If you are considering filing for divorce or are in the middle of a divorce and require spousal support, you will need experienced representation working on your behalf. Contact us today to learn more about our divorce process and to discover whether FasTrack Divorce is right for you!