Tampa Alimony Attorneys

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Our Tampa alimony attorneys are here to help you obtain the outcome you are looking for. With their vast experience, they can advise you on the alimony process. How much the payments are and for how long you can receive them will depend on various considerations.

You need a compassionate and competent alimony attorney who understands your situation. We will fight to protect your rights like you are one of our own.

Tampa Alimony Attorneys at BLG

Dissolving your marriage will often mean a change in your financial circumstances. Some of the reasons for this include being the lower earner or being a stay-at-home parent. In some cases it is possible to get spousal support otherwise known as alimony. Our Tampa alimony attorneys are here to help you obtain the outcome you are looking for. With their vast experience, they can advise you on the alimony process. How much the payments are and for how long you can receive them will depend on various considerations. Spousal support payments can be worked out by the spouses during the divorce process. If an agreement cannot be reached, it will need to be decided in a family law court.

Hiring Tampa Alimony Attorneys

Having a qualified and experienced divorce attorney on your side will help you navigate the issue of spousal support. Whether you are a dependent spouse or your partner is looking for support, our lawyers will be on your side. They will do their best to give you the legal counsel you need for the outcome you want.

Call our office to get started with a consultation with one of our divorce attorneys. They will be able to provide you with advice on alimony and a range of other issues arising from divorce.

Determining Alimony

When a judge must consider whether to award someone alimony, they have to think about a number of issues. These include considerations such as the length of the marriage and the income of each spouse. They will also reflect on each person’s role in the relationship, such as whether one spouse was a homemaker. It’s important for them to consider the standard of living the couple enjoyed. Alimony can help to maintain that level of living for both parties. The judge will also take into account the financial situation of each spouse, as well as their health. Your divorce lawyer will use his/her experience to protect your interests.

Types of Alimony

Permanent Periodic Alimony

One of the types of alimony you can seek is permanent periodic alimony. It is intended to help one of the ex-spouses keep the standard of living he/she experienced while married.

Rehabilitative Alimony

This type of alimony helps to repair your finances if you had to sacrifice your career for your marriage.

Durational Alimony

Shorter marriages might result in durational alimony being awarded. It will occur for a short time so an ex-spouse can readjust.

Bridge-the-Gap Alimony

This form of alimony may not last as long as other types. It is intended to help someone adjust to their new life after divorce. It can be a one-off payment or last a few months.

Temporary Alimony

Another short-term form of alimony, this type is awarded during the divorce, not after it. It helps a party to weather the financial hardship a divorce can cause. It can still be followed by alimony after the divorce.

Lump Sum Alimony

Lump sum alimony pays out a single amount in one payment. This can be included in the division of assets.

Durational Alimony

There are several types of alimony that can be awarded to a spouse in a divorce. Alimony usually occurs to help one spouse maintain his/her standard of living for a particular period.

Rehabilitative Alimony

There are a few different types of temporary alimony a spouse might seek during his/her divorce. Rehabilitative alimony is designed to help people become self-sufficient.

Transitional Alimony

Transitional alimony is often called “bridge-the-gap” alimony in Florida. As its name suggests, its purpose is to help someone during a transitional period after divorce.

Get In Touch

We understand the importance of having someone you can trust in your corner. At Brandon Legal Group, we treat each client we serve as a member of our family. We fight to protect the rights of each client and work tirelessly to protect their interests. If you are facing a legal issue, contact us so we can help you.

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Brandon Legal Group
A full service law firm in Brandon

Phone: (813) 902-3576

Address: 1209 Lakeside Drive, Brandon FL 33510

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Address: 20701 Bruce B. Downs Blvd Suite 202, Tampa FL 33647

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