Category Archives: Alimony
Proving Cohabitation To Reduce Or Terminate Alimony
The truth is that alimony can be a major financial obligation. Even if the amount ordered by the court appears… Read More »
Can You Request Alimony After Your Divorce Case Is Finalized?
Divorce can be a time-consuming and stressful process, while alimony is one of the most complicated and confusing aspects of… Read More »
What Are The Pros And Cons Of A Lump Sum Alimony Payment?
If you were ordered to pay alimony or you are the spouse receiving alimony, you might be considering a one-time… Read More »
When is Permanent Alimony Awarded in Florida Divorce Cases?
Alimony, which is often referred to as spousal support, is financial support that one ex-spouse is ordered to pay to… Read More »
Will Florida Eliminate Alimony Altogether?
There is no question that alimony is a difficult issue here in Florida. The courts are ordering alimony to be… Read More »
Is There Any Other Way to Save Financially During Divorce With Alimony Deduction Disappearing?
With the alimony deduction disappearing, we’ve seen a number of couples rushing to get divorced by December 31 of this… Read More »
Statistics Show That More And More Women Are Making Alimony Payments Each Year: How Will This Be Affected by Existing Prenuptial Agreements and The New Tax Law?
Recent statistics on alimony payments have lit up news headlines: these statistics indicate that more and more women are paying… Read More »
Understanding Rehabilitative Alimony in Florida
Marriage can be a game of give-and-take, especially when it comes to careers. One spouse may work full time, receiving… Read More »
Understanding Permanent Alimony in Florida
Permanent alimony is just that – permanent. When married couples divorce, courts may order one spouse to pay the other… Read More »
How Will The New Tax Law Affect Alimony?
As republican members of Congress celebrate passing a sweeping tax overhaul, many Americans are wondering how the new law will… Read More »