Clermont Alimony and Spousal Support Attorney
Support payments from one spouse to another are a very complicated part of the final divorce settlement. Boyette, Cummins and Nailos’ Family Law Attorneys can help you work with your spouse to decide upon a fair settlement if spousal support is necessary. We’ve worked hundreds of spousal support cases in Clermont, Lake County and throughout Central Florida and our experience in these matters can be put to work for you.
Working to come to a mutually beneficial settlement on alimony or spousal support can often be the best solution for a fair outcome for both parties. If you do not come to an agreement before it goes to the courts to decide, you may lose a great deal of control and be left at their mercy. This process can be very expensive for the spouse who will owe support.
If spousal support does go to the Courts in Florida to make a judgment, these are some of the factors they will consider in making a ruling:
- Payments will be ordered by the courts in either periodic installments (monthly, weekly) or in a lump sum.
- In making a determination on payments, the court may consider marital fault like adultery as a factor.
Economic factors that can determine spousal support in Florida:
- The couple’s married standard of living
- How long the couple was married
- Each person’s age and health
- The financial status of each spouse
- The necessity of either spouse to acquire appropriate education or job training to find employment and a source of income
- Each spouse’s marital contribution like child care, education, career assistance
- Income sources for each spouse whether through employment, investments, property, inheritance or business interests
Whether both spouses can come to a mutual agreement on spousal support and alimony or if the ruling goes to the Florida Family Law Court, hiring an experienced spousal support attorney can be your best move. The BCN Law Firm has helped our neighbors in Clermont, Lake County and Western Orange County in these complicated financial matters. The earlier our attorneys are involved in the process, the more benefit it will have to you with regard to potential cost savings. We can help protect you and your financial future by instructing you on your rights under Florida Family Law. Contact us today at (855)-LAW-2020 for a free consultation*.