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Tuesday,
September 17, 2019.
posted in Divorce

Why Is Temporary Alimony A Thing?

One of the most contentious parts of any divorce process tends to be issues surrounding spousal maintenance, commonly called alimony. What many people may not realize is that there are various forms of alimony that the court can assign. At The Law Office Of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A., we understand that this is a hard...

Saturday,
May 11, 2019.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

Alimony In Florida Is Complicated

When it comes to divorce, we know that you would rather be going through just about anything else. This is especially the case when it comes to alimony. If you have found yourself in a position where you need an alimony attorney, we are ready to help. At The Law Office Of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A.,...

Friday,
May 03, 2019.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

3 Tips When Dealing With Alimony

Divorce is a complex situation. First, you and your spouse have to discuss if this the future that you both want. No matter how sure you are of a divorce, it is still an emotional rollercoaster. Each person’s divorce is unique. Even though around 50% of marriages end in a divorce, how your split up...

Friday,
April 19, 2019.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

Understanding Permanent Alimony

Divorce isn’t easy for any couple. Whether you were married for 1 year or 40 years. Divorce may be the right decision, but it almost always hurts. Divorce isn’t as simple as saying goodbye. It is so much more than a break-up.  A divorce requires time, emotional decision-making, and a willingness to compromise. Divorces also...

Friday,
March 29, 2019.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

The Longest Divorce Battle Over Alimony

Getting divorced is nothing new. The laws surrounding divorce are pretty consistent too. There may be some changes here and there, but mostly the laws and regulations have stayed the same. So why do you need an attorney by your side? Because even those laws don’t change doesn’t mean that culture or society stays the...

Friday,
February 01, 2019.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

Getting Permanent Alimony in Florida: Long-Term vs. Short-Term Marriage in Determining the Duration of Spousal Support

As you may or may not know, alimony – which is also commonly referred to as spousal support – can vary in duration, amount, and type. Many of you might think that permanent spousal support is something only a small percentage of spouses can get. In reality, however, getting permanent alimony in Florida is not...

Saturday,
January 19, 2019.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

How To Discuss Alimony

There are two ways in which alimony can be discussed: uncontested and contested. Some couples are just easy to divorce. Some couples, particularly those with little income, don’t really have an issue with either considering alimony or not considering it. Those who are going through an uncontested divorce are those who know what they want...

Saturday,
November 03, 2018.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

The New Alimony Law Is About to Take Effect

You may be aware of the ins and outs of divorce law, but a new federal law that is taking effect at the end of this year can really change the outcome of your divorce and your finances in the aftermath. For more than 70 years, the spouse who is the higher earner (the one...

Saturday,
October 27, 2018.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

Remarriage vs New Relationships in Florida Alimony

Alimony is a form of financial payment from one former spouse to another. Alimony is meant to alleviate the financial stress that a divorce placed on the nonprimary earner of the former marriage. In Florida, alimony laws heavily favor the receiver of payments. The primary earner of the former marriage could even be forced to...

Friday,
August 17, 2018.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support

What Do You Need To Know About Alimony

It’s unfortunate that easy and smooth divorces don’t happen very often. Divorce can be a very long and emotional process. Even after the process is over, you still may have to deal with your ex-spouse. You may be required to pay alimony. If you haven’t been through this process or if you don’t know anyone...

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