Assistance Navigating The Alimony Process
There are certain events in life that can spark major financial decisions, and divorce is one of them. Spouses in Florida and elsewhere are not only concerned about the cost of this process but also about what assets and property he or she will recover during the process and how he or she will maintain a healthy financial life post-divorce. For some divorcing spouses, it can be extremely stressful and worrisome because he or she knows that it will be tough to get by in their newly single life. In these cases, it is often beneficial to request alimony as a means to ensure that they can maintain the lifestyle they had during a marriage in his or her post-divorce life.
Spousal support can be a very beneficial financial award to recover during dissolution. It could be the difference between being able to meet basic living needs and not. For some spouses, it provides the ability to maintain a sometimes lavish lifestyle he or she was accustomed to during a marriage. No matter the financial situation enjoyed by a spouse during marriage, requesting alimony can help secure a healthy financial future following a divorce.
Whether you are requesting alimony or are being required to make spousal support payments, it can be a challenging divorce issues to work through. Our experienced attorneys understand the pitfalls and obstacles that occur with this process. Thus, we are dedicated to helping divorcing spouses in the Palm Beach area successfully navigate this divorce issue.
Whether you are seeking temporary, bridge-the-gap, rehabilitative, durational or permanent alimony, our skilled attorneys will ensure you understand the five different types of alimony and how each could benefit you. Additionally, we make sure you are aware of your eligibility for these types of alimony, what factors are involved and when these awards are likely to end. This can give you a more realistic idea of how a court is likely to look at your situation and what alimony awards you are likely to recover.
Whether you know that you will require spousal support, are questioning whether you need, are seeking modification of a current award or seek to enforce a current order, it is important to understand your rights with this divorce matter. This will ensure your rights and best interests are protected along the way.
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