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What are the four kinds of alimony in Florida?

Alimony, or “spousal support,” is designed to level out of some of the inequities that can occur when a couple gets a divorce and one spouse has been financially dependent on the other during their marriage. If you’re in that position, it’s smart to learn more about...

A closer look at spousal support

Florida’s divorce law follows the “equitable distribution” model for property division. Essentially, this means the couple must divide their assets in a way that meets standards of fairness. Sometimes this quest for fairness leads a court to impose an order for...

Adultery and alimony

Although some married couples stay together after the discovery that one spouse had been unfaithful, there are many marriages that end due to adultery. Depending on the situation and length of the marriage, the actions of the cheating spouse may be taken into...

Job loss and unpaid alimony

Many different family law matters can arise when a couple decides to end their marriage, some of which involve kids (custody and child support), while other divorce issues involve finances. Aside from property division, some people face challenges as a result of...