Alimony, also known as maintenance or spousal support, can help one spouse maintain his or her standard of living and transition to a new future after a divorce. If one spouse has been unemployed or has a lower earning capacity, alimony can help a spouse receive the education and financial support he or she needs.
If you are going through a divorce and have questions about alimony, I can help. I am Melissa Hancock an Ocala alimony attorney. I will provide you with the knowledgeable guidance you need throughout your divorce.
Determining the Amount of Alimony In Florida, the courts look at a number of factors to determine if alimony is appropriate, including:
- The length of the marriage
- The earning capacity of both spouses
- Each spouse’s education and ability to receive training
- Other sources of income and financial support
- The standard of living throughout the marriage
- The age and health of the spouses
- The contribution of each spouse to the marriage
In addition to helping clients with alimony during a divorce, I can also assist you with alimony modifications. If there has been a substantial change in circumstances, such as unemployment or remarriage, I can help you modify your alimony payments.
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