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The Different Types of Alimony in Florida

Posted by Antonio G. Jimenez | Sep 08, 2021 | 0 Comments

In Florida, alimony (financial spousal support) is awarded based on two factors: one spouse's need for it following a divorce, and the other's ability to give it. If two divorcing spouses are both rich, there is no need for alimony, even though they both have the ability to give it. If two divorc...

Can I Keep My House If It is in My Ex’s Name?

Posted by Antonio G. Jimenez | Aug 16, 2021 | 0 Comments

One of the most stressful questions during any divorce is how the shared property gets divided. Who gets to keep the car? Who gets to keep the house? Who gets to keep the bank account? When it comes to houses, which is obviously important to divorcing spouses, there's another interesting question...

The Timeline of a Divorce in Florida

Posted by Antonio G. Jimenez | Jul 15, 2021 | 0 Comments

Despite what you may have heard about “island time,” not everything is slower in Florida. (We also aren't an island, so make of that what you will.) At Florida Divorce Law Group, we know that getting a divorce is a stressful time in anyone's life. It can be financially stressful, emotionally taxi...

How to Financially Prepare for Divorce in Florida

Posted by Antonio G. Jimenez | Jun 02, 2021 | 0 Comments

Of all the changes that come with divorce, the financial shift may be the most significant. The divorce process itself also revolves around money, so be prepared to spend a lot of time talking about your finances and ending up with them looking very different than you are used to. The way to have...

Durational Alimony in Florida

Posted by Antonio G. Jimenez | Mar 14, 2021 | 0 Comments

Durational alimony may be the right choice when permanent periodic alimony is not appropriate under the spousal support statute, but when the lower-earning spouse will need consistent, ongoing support for a period of time. Durational alimony is intended to provide needed financial assistance for a limited period after a short- or moderate-term marriage when there is not a need for permanent support.

Rehabilitative Alimony in Florida

Posted by Antonio G. Jimenez | Mar 14, 2021 | 0 Comments

Rehabilitative alimony is one of the best-established, and most familiar forms of spousal support. Florida courts have described the purpose of rehabilitative alimony as helping the spouse who receives it to develop the capacity to become self-supporting after a divorce.

Permanent Periodic Alimony in Florida

Posted by Antonio G. Jimenez | Mar 13, 2021 | 0 Comments

What is called “permanent periodic alimony” in Florida is probably what most people think of when they think of alimony: regular, ongoing payments for the support of one spouse after the end of a longer-term marriage. There is a good reason for this: permanent alimony was the original form of spousal support awarded by courts.

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