Child support and alimony. Court disputes over child support. Recovery of alimony by court decision. Collection of fines for non-payment of alimony and limitation of debtor's rights. Initiating a criminal case against the alimony payer. Search and seizure of assets of the alimony debtor. Protection of the rights of the child. Alimony for maintenance.

Alimony for the child, spouse, collection of alimony and prohibitions

An alimony lawyer provides court representation, collects documents and information, and actively participates in legal relationships concerning the mutual rights and obligations of parents, children, spouses, grandparents, and grandchildren regarding alimony.


Alimony debt recovery services - Alimony for maintenance:



Moreover, the company's family law specialists have experience in recovering alimony. Legal services regarding alimony are necessary in cases where individuals are unwilling to personally participate in court hearings or are aware of the complexities of the legal process. Alimony lawyer services include drafting a statement of claim, filing a lawsuit in court, participating in court proceedings, and obtaining a court decision on alimony collection.


Services in alimony disputes:


  • Consultation with a family lawyer regarding the procedure, deadlines for collection, and calculations of alimony.
  • Preparation of a lawsuit, response.
  • Representation in court for the collection of alimony payments.
  • Support in the enforcement proceedings for collection.
  • Locating the debtor, identifying their official employment, accounts, property, assets, and sources of income.
  • Imposing a seizure on the debtor's property.
  • Collecting the alimony debt and penalties from the debtor through court proceedings.
  • Imposing a travel ban abroad.
  • Increasing or decreasing the amount of alimony.
  • Termination of parental rights of the child's parents.
  • Establishing paternity through court proceedings.


The collection of alimony amounts is based on a court decision and can be collected as a fixed sum of money or as a portion of all types of income and earnings. Parties involved in alimony obligations can enter into an out-of-court agreement regarding the payment of alimony, its monetary amount, payment procedure, and indexation.


As a general rule, child support payments are made until the child reaches adulthood. However, as an exception, support may be provided for an adult child who continues their education, in which case it is necessary to apply to the court. The minimum amount of alimony payment is no less than the legally established subsistence minimum for a child of a certain age. The amount of child support payment can be determined based on a portion of the income.


When considering a dispute regarding the collection of alimony in the best interests of the child, clients often demand services related to divorce termination, property division, and international divorce.