Durational Alimony in Jacksonville
Becoming Financially Secure After Divorce
In July of 2010, the Florida Legislature passed a new law that addressed
child support and
alimony laws. Per the language of this change in HB 907, this allowed for different
types of alimony that may be awarded in any given divorce case. One of
the types of alimony that is allowed under §61.08 of the Florida
Statutes is that of durational alimony. So what exactly is this type of
alimony? Essentially, this is a temporary version of spousal support payments
Florida's Laws on Durational Alimony
Under Florida law, someone can be awarded durational alimony after having
been in what is deemed a short term (below seven years) or moderate term
marriage (seven to seventeen years). Before this change in the law, people
who had been in a marriage of this length had been barred from receiving
alimony payments. Now, these people are able to achieve a temporary form
of alimony that allows for them to receive short-term financial assistance
until they are able to get on their feet once more.
If you are in need of more information,
speak with our Jacksonville alimony lawyer today!
Legal Help from Our Jacksonville Divorce Attorney
For those who are currentlynavigating divorce and are looking for experienced
representation in a divorce proceeding, it is highly encouraged that no
time is wasted in contacting a
Jacksonville divorce attorney from the Law Offices of Jason K.S. Porter. At our firm, we make it our
goal to provide our clients with high-quality assistance when it is truly
needed; we always go above and beyond in our efforts to provide our clients
with the just amount of alimony payments that they deserve.
When looking to award alimony payments, courts will look various factors,
- Duration of the marriage
- Standard of living for those in the marriage
- Age of both parties
- Physical condition of both parties
- Emotional condition of both parties
- Financial resources available
- Earning capacity of both parties
- Contribution both parties made during the marriage
By addressing these issues, you can trust that an attorney from our firm
will always go above and beyond in our efforts to provide high-quality
and reliable legal assistance when needed.
Tell Us Your Story Today!
Alimony can help you through the transition period following the dissolution
of a marriage. We want to get you the information you need, so do not
hesitate to give our firm a call today. We know that if you have problems,
you need a lawyer who will be there to look out for your best interests.
This is exactly what you will receive by working with compassionate and
supportive legal team from our firm.
schedule your case consultation, please contact our firm by calling us today at 904-701-0591.