understanding Alimony in Florida

Alimony refers to the monetary payments made from one spouse to another.  Either a husband or a wife can be required to pay alimony in Florida.  Alimony may consist of a single lump-sum payment or a series of payments for months or years. Florida law requires the consideration of several factors when determining entitlement to alimony.

Divorce is a difficult and often emotionally charged process.  While most desire to see their divorce resolved as quickly as possible it is critical that your decisions are well informed decisions as they will have a far reaching effect on you and your family’s future. If you are contemplating or beginning a divorce and believe that you may be entitled to or responsible for alimony payments then contact our office today by calling 561-819-6208 or by emailing our firm at

If you have additional questions about alimony please contact our Florida alimony specialists at 561-819-6208 to schedule an initial consultation or go to our contact page.

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