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Alimony Tag

Is alimony a thing of the past? The United States has seen a gender shift in the workforce. People who, in the past, might have been awarded alimony are not being awarded spousal support anymore. Are you getting divorced after not working for 20 years?...

If you’re going through a divorce, you may be overwhelmed by the sheer number of parts to the process. There are many aspects to divorce that may be unfamiliar to you, particularly because there are so many different circumstances under which a couple may separate....

They say that love is blind. While this statement is a bit ambiguous, it certainly seems to be true. Not only concerning physical appearance, but the ability to foresee how a relationship will survive in the long term. If you do find yourself in a divorce...

If you divorce your spouse in the state of Florida, you may be ordered to pay alimony. Alimony payments can vary based on a variety of factors, including your current income and that of your spouse. Grounds For Appealing an Alimony Ruling If you plan to appeal...

When separating from a spouse you have many issues you deal with on a daily basis. Of these issues, alimony payments are one of the most present and painful for many divorcees. This process can be emotionally grueling and financially stressful, making it a hard...

Does it Matter Who Files First in a Florida Divorce? Either party to a Florida Divorce *can* file first. Strategically, however, there are a few things that you should consider. Choice of Forum The single largest benefit of filing first in a Florida divorce is that you are...

Income Deduction Orders If you are currently going through a Florida divorce and are supposed to receive child support and/or alimony - you should be aware of Income Deduction Orders. Put simply, it is an order issued by a judge through which the parent who is...

How Does Spousal Support (Alimony) Work? Florida family courts do not have a set equation that they can use in order to compute whether (or not) one party will receive spousal support, they do (however) have to review several factors (set forth in statutory guidelines) to determine a spouse's eligibility...