How Is Alimony Calculated In A Texas Divorce Case?

By Brian Loughmiller
February 25, 2014

Alimony is calculated based on the lesser of 20 percent of gross income or $5,000.00.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Brian Loughmiller is a partner at the McKinney, Texas law firm of Loughmiller Higgins. Serving family law clients throughout North Texas and the DFW Metroplex area, Brian and his partner, Eric Higgins, have 47 years of combined trial experience. One of the top family lawyers in the state, Brian has been recognized as a Super Lawyer every year since 2005.

You can learn more about Loughmiller Higgins P.C. at www.familylitigation.com. He can be reached directly at (972) 529-5554 or view their firm online profile here.

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