Jupiter Alimony and Modification of Alimony
Alimony (also called spousal support) is an issue often raised in Florida divorce proceedings, especially in cases where one spouse has been the primary breadwinner and the other has been a full-time homemaker or has worked outside the home only part-time.
Alimony may be temporary or permanent, and there are several types of alimony in Florida:
- Permanent periodic alimony
- Durational alimony
- Nominal alimony
- Lump sum alimony
- Rehabilitative alimony
- Bridge the gap alimony
- Plus possible tax consequences associated with alimony
Alimony can be a complex issue. The Court will consider a number of factors to determine the type and amount of alimony, including:
- length of marriage
- lifestyle during marriage
- education of each spouse
- income of each spouse
- abilities/disabilities of each spouse
Our legal team are well-known, well-respected alimony lawyers in Jupiter, Stewart, West Palm Beach, Vero Beach and the surrounding areas. We will evaluate your case and determine your rights, whether you are entitled to spousal support – of what kind and in what amount, and we will advocate for you to get what you deserve and what is in your best interests.
Jupiter Alimony Modifications
We can also assist you with a Modification of Alimony. What happens when your former spouse stops paying alimony? Or the ex-spouse to whom you pay alimony is now remarried to someone quite wealthy, while you struggle to make ends meet each month?
When circumstances change, you may either feel as though you are entitled to more support, OR if you are the one paying alimony, you may feel the change of circumstances has created an undue hardship to you.
Contact us today and we will help you receive what you are entitled to!
If your spouse is not paying alimony, contact us regarding alimony enforcement and collection.