Alimony Attorneys – Lake County

Alimony (Spousal Support) can be one of the most contentious issues in a dissolution of marriage.  Consequently, you may be concerned about how you will support yourself after divorce, or how much you may be required to pay for support of your spouse.  Most importantly, you will need to be represented by an experienced Alimony Attorney to make sure that your current and future needs will be met in this new stage of your life, whether you will be paying or collecting the required maintenance.

In Florida, there are several types of alimony that a court may consider, including:

  • Temporary alimony
  • “Bridge-the-gap” alimony
  • Rehabilitative alimony
  • Durational alimony
  • Permanent alimony

A court will generally look to the need of a spouse for support as well as the ability for the other spouse to provide support.  Additionally, a court will consider several other factors, including the standard of living during the marriage, the duration of the marriage and the assets distributed to the parties. Your spousal support attorney will make sure that the maintenance requirement is sufficient and fair.

Email us today (see below) or reach us by phone at 352-432-8644. The Attorneys at Crawford, Modica and Holt are happy to answer any questions you may have about support and provide you with legal guidance.   Our Divorce and Alimony Lawyers in Clermont and Tavares FL. are ready to help.

We welcome the opportunity to speak with you about your legal needs with regard to spousal support, child support, division of assets or divorce in general.  Call us at 352-432-8644 or schedule your initial consultation online using the contact form below. We represent clients throughout Lake County, Orange County, Sumter County – and beyond.

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