Determining child support payments can certainly be complex, but there are mathematical formulas in place that help out. When it comes to alimony, nothing like that exists, so the whole thing can be far more confusing and difficult. It's very important to know how this works and how much alimony should be fairly paid.
Last week, we discussed the bill that is moving through legislation that seeks to change the alimony laws in Florida. That possibility is one that likely has some of our readers wondering about anyone is supposed to keep up with all these changes. We know that it is hard for our readers to know all about alimony and everything else dealing with divorce. We can help you with all aspects of your divorce.
There might be some changes on the horizon for alimony payments in Florida. That is one of the issues before the state Legislature for this year. If the radical reform is approved, lifetime alimony would be eliminated in our state. Our readers might remember when Gov. Rick Scott vetoed a similar measure two years ago after it passed through the Legislature.
Last week, we discussed some of the factors that are considered in Florida when it comes to alimony cases. While many people might think that alimony payments are great for the person receiving and not so great for the person paying, that isn't always the case. There are some specific tax considerations for you to think about if you are in the midst of a case involving alimony.
For people who are going through a divorce in Florida, the question of alimony might come up at some point. There are some very specific points about alimony that might interest some of our readers. These points can determine if alimony is suitable for a case and what the terms of the alimony should be.
Alimony is a touchy subject for some couples simply because of the uncertainty surrounding the topic. Many people don't want to admit that they need their ex's support if the marriage ends, while the ex doesn't want to have to provide support. There are some points regarding Florida alimony that residents might find interesting, especially those who are going through a divorce.
When you are getting a divorce, the subject of alimony might come up at some point. If you are on the receiving side, you likely want the highest alimony as possible. If you are on the paying side, you likely want the smallest alimony payments possible. Regardless of which side you are on, it is vital that you protect your interests when it comes to alimony.
Alimony is one of the considerations of divorce that some people are curious about. There are some people who find the thought of getting money every month from their ex-spouse alluring. Before any person heads to court for a divorce, they should know some of the basics regarding alimony in Florida.
When you go through a divorce, you want to make sure that the settlement is a fair one for you. There are a lot of things that come into play to make sure that you do get a fair settlement. At the trial, you and the other person have to present evidence to the judge that will show the judge that you should get what you are asking for. It is then up to the judge to decide what you will receive.
Anyone who is going through a divorce has likely heard the term alimony. For people in Florida, the chance to learn about alimony recently came through a movie entitled "Divorce Corp." that played in some cinemas.