Alimony Lawyers in Boca Raton Taking Care of You During Your Divorce
If you are finically dependent on your spouse, don’t worry as the law provides for you pending all this. You may ask for alimony both during and after the divorce proceedings.
At your initial strategy session, we will explain the process of temporary alimony while going through the divorce process and then the years and amounts of alimony payments after divorce. Alimony is not just awarded to women; men can also request alimony. In Florida, there is no gender bias. Instead, alimony is based on the need of a spouse and the ability of the other to pay.
How is Alimony Calculated?
Alimony is calculated based on looking at the standard of the financials during the marriage and the spending, to arrive at a need for support amount. Then a determination is made as to the income level the person who is seeking alimony may have and their ability to meet that financial need. If a person requesting alimony is underemployed this is also considered. Next, they turn to the other spouse’s income level and ability to pay alimony to meet the other spouse’s needs. Alimony is often a hot topic during a divorce. At Yaffa Family Law Group, we look at all the issues that need to be addressed when assessing alimony so that you have a clear understanding as to your expectations whether as the person receiving alimony or the one paying support.
What Can Limit Alimony Payments?
Realistic expectations to get you to a settlement when able is part of what we strive to accomplish. The sooner you can get the divorce behind you and focus on the next chapter of your life, the better.
Yaffa says, “getting our clients through the process is key to their happiness and of our utmost priority, always.“
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements may limit or eliminate alimony payments depending on what was agreed upon before or during the marriage per an executed nuptial agreement. These types of agreements must meet certain requirements and when they do will be enforced during the divorce process by the courts.
What Else Should I Know About Alimony?
Child Support is always an important topic to discuss and assure our team that our clients clearly understand.
Attorney fees and costs are important to those who can’t afford to pay their own. In these cases, rest assure that need and ability are considered and that the client will have the ability to address the issue at a hearing as the matter gets going so that she or he is on equal footing with their soon to be ex and can afford to have the representation they want and deserve.
Should I Contact an Alimony Attorney?
To keep your peace of mind and make your life easier, you should contact our law office today for help with your alimony issues and concerns.
Yaffa says, “so many clients feel they are stuck in a bad controlling marriage and they feel they can’t afford to have their own legal team. What they don’t realize is that we can many times assist them to get the dollars they need to represent their interest and that they don’t need to stay stuck. When you speak with one of my qualified family attorneys you will understand that your possibilities are really endless.”