Temporary Alimony Lawyers
One of the most difficult issues in a divorce is deciding how to split assets, such as property division and income, between you and your spouse. When there is a large income disparity between the two spouses, alimony may be included as part of a divorce settlement or ruling. Alimony, also known as maintenance or marital support, is financial assistance that one spouse pays to another during and / or after a divorce to help provide for his or her living needs.
If you are considering or going through a divorce and are uncertain how alimony may be involved in your case, contact the experienced lawyers of Klein Law Group, P.C., at 561-367-5166 today.
Florida Temporary Alimony
One type of alimony that may be included in a divorce is temporary alimony. Temporary alimony is generally used to provide financial support to a spouse without income or with limited financial means. Some key aspects of temporary alimony include:
- Financial assistance throughout the divorce process
- Agreement includes an established termination date
- Helps pay for major bills and necessities
- Can be decided through a divorce settlement or by the court
- Must be fulfilled as specified in the court order to avoid penalty
The financial aspect of a divorce can be the most contentious, especially if a divorcing couple is not on speaking terms. One spouse may refuse to provide the other with any type of alimony, even temporary assistance during a divorce. When an agreement cannot be reached outside of court in a settlement, it may be necessary to take your case to court to receive a legal decision and court order.
Our attorneys are prepared to assist you with your divorce proceeding and will represent your case as you seek a favorable temporary alimony judgment. To learn more about how we can assist you, contact the lawyers of Klein Law Group, P.C., today by calling 561-367-5166.