Alimony

What is Temporary alimony

What is Temporary alimony? One final form of alimony to be aware of is temporary alimony. This type of alimony is codified in Florida Statute 61.071, and is referred to as “alimony pendente lite.” Temporary alimony is given during the proceeding of a dissolution of marriage. Typically, it will be awarded at an early stage […]

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What is Permanent Alimony?

What is Permanent Alimony? Permanent periodic alimony is alimony for life in Florida. Unless it is modified or terminated. So if you are requesting or agreeing to permanent alimony – it means just that- permanent! And you thought “til death do us part,” would cease to be once your divorce was finalized. Permanent periodic alimony

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I am divorced and pay alimony. Can I stop paying alimony if I file bankruptcy?

Guest Blog | By Alfred Villoch III of Savage & Villoch, PLLC Generally, no. Spouses must continue to pay alimony even if they file bankruptcy. This includes the payment of past due alimony. Section 523 is entitled “Exceptions to discharge.” A person cannot discharge (or get rid) of the debts listed in that section. Subsection (a)(5) states

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Florida Alimony Lawyer

One area of divorce that may become contested during some point in divorce matters is Alimony. Alimony is a complicated area of divorce law that it is important to speak to an attorney about your options if you willing be paying alimony or if you may be receiving alimony. The Florida Statutes provide the framework for alimony rights

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