How do I get Rehabilitative Alimony in Florida? Rehabilitative alimony’s goal is to bring the payee as close as possible to being able to support themselves, instead of indefinitely having to rely on their ex. Rehabilitative alimony allows the asking spouse to receive provisional support so that they can redevelop a skill, or pursue a […]
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Am I entitled to Bridge the gap alimony? “Bridge the gap” alimony is based off the idea that two spouses living apart have more expenses than when they lived together. For example, take a cable bill. While married, a couple only had one cable bill, but because they separated, they now have two separate bills.
Durational alimony is a broadly used temporary alimony. Durational alimony in Florida is alimony that is set for a specific period of time. Codified into law in 2010, durational alimony allows the court to use its power to grant economic assistance to a party for a short period of time following the
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Payment Plans Why do we offer payment plans? Not all law offices offer payment plans. Why do we? Well, it’s 2020. Why not? There are a lot of law firms that refuse to work with their clients and accept credit cards, or debit cards. Many firms around Florida refuse to set up a payment plan.