Share results by email and any other way your phone knows how to "share" PDFs.
Provides step-by-step guidance and provides inputs for all fields for pendente lite spousal support in Virginia. NO Internet connection required to operate! Great for courtroom use!
Extensive help available for the entire process as well as field-by-field help. Entry of amounts for each field can be based on annual, monthly, weekly, quarterly, semi-monthly, bi-weekly, and semi-annual amounts--conversions done automatically. Results given in both monthly and annual amounts.
Send results of your calculations to anywhere your phone can "share" PDFs. For example, attach the results and send through your regular email program. Or "share" to a network printer. Or "share" to Google Drive, etc.
Works on phones and tablets but optimized to work in portrait on small screens.
A request: this application has taken many hours to create. Please be patient with the program and us! We welcome any comments and suggestions you might have on how the application works or appears on your device. We will always respond to your comments and requests as quickly as we can. And where we can make changes that we think will benefit everyone, we'll make them as quickly as we can and get out new releases.
If you have ANY problems with the app, PLEASE DO NOT leave negative comments with the store. Tell us directly so we can do something about it. Email email@example.com, and we'll get back to you as quickly as we can.
This program was designed and tested by people who have been thoroughly trained in how to calculate spousal support. Please be sure you also are trained or check out the results with an attorney, mediator, or court official. Most importantly: This app is NOT a substitute for obtaining legal advice from an attorney who can provide legal advice as it relates to your specific situation.
While we've taken extensive measures to test this application and the results, your use of the application indicates your willingness to be ultimately responsible for the calculations and how they're used. There's never any harm in double- and triple-checking!