Will You Have To Pay/Could You Receive Alimony?
For divorcing couples, financial security is one of the most important issues when negotiating a settlement. Alimony, also known as spousal support, can be awarded to either party if certain conditions are met.
To learn more about whether your circumstances meets these conditions, reach out to the Diaz Family Law Firm today. We have helped many people like you throughout Central Florida resolve their alimony issues with efficiency and skill.
Alimony Is Not A Simple Math Formula
You may receive an award permanently or temporarily, for many years or only a few months, or all in one lump sum after the dissolution of your marriage.
There are many factors that Florida courts will consider when determining alimony, including:
- The length of the marriage
- The need of the receiving party, and the financial ability of the paying party
- The age, health and earning ability of the spouse seeking alimony
- The assets that will be available to each party after the divorce
- Whether or not domestic violence was an issue
As an experienced firm, we have a thorough understanding of the laws that govern Florida’s spousal support matters. We draw upon that knowledge to help our clients negotiate a settlement that best benefits their situation.
What You Pay Or Receive Should Reflect Your Circumstances
Whether you have concerns about how to get the amount of financial support you need or wish to minimize your alimony obligations, we can help.