Launches Free Products to Alleviate the Anxiety of Divorce

RUTLAND, VT, July 16, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — Vermont Family Law (, a local website designed to guide couples through the Vermont court system in divorce, custody, and child support cases, today announced the launch of a free alimony estimator, which helps couples understand what spousal maintenance may look like post-divorce. Created by attorney Chris Larson, a partner at Meub Gallivan & Larson, Attorneys, PLC, the unconventional service also features a 12-step divorce plan and offers flat fee divorce services.

Getting divorced through traditional legal channels can set a couple back upwards of $10,000. Many couples have no idea about spousal maintenance or how it is calculated, and the alimony estimator provides them with a better understanding of this before starting divorce proceedings. On the website, Mr. Larson explains the factors for awarding alimony and offers an easy-to-use calculator, which provides reliable estimates about the monthly spousal maintenance that a divorcee can expect to receive, based on the income of each partner and the length of the marriage.

Mr. Larson commented, “There are two sides to every divorce: the emotional and the financial. Once a couple gets beyond the former, it turns into an accounting issue in many cases. This is where Vermont Family Law can help lessen the financial burden and provide answers to common questions on divorce procedures. I believe couples looking to dissolve their marriage should not have to forfeit their life savings, which is why I am offering flat fee services and this new alimony estimator.”

Many divorces are expensive with an endless trail of lawyer fees; though, according to Mr. Larson’s vision, it does not need to be like that. He is passionate about helping Vermonters and is acting to change the legal landscape by empowering couples with the tools to navigate the Vermont legal system with minimal or no legal assistance whatsoever.

In addition, Vermont Family Law prepares couples in the stages leading up to the divorce and preps them for court, in situations where the couple is filing for a divorce with or without children. For more information about the alimony calculator, visit

About Vermont Family Law
Vermont Family Law helps families understand and prepare for a divorce, find answers to family law questions, and navigate the court system during the divorce process. The innovative project is the brainchild of Chris Larson, a partner at Meub Gallivan & Larson, Attorneys, PLC. After graduating from Harvard Law School, Mr. Larson began practicing law in Boston, representing large corporations and government entities. However, his real calling was helping people. So, he came home to Rutland because he loves Vermont and its citizens. For more information, visit

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