Alimony

Going through a divorce is difficult at best, adding financial anxiety to your burden is tragic. As you are going through your divorce, you need a legal team you can rely on to alleviate anxiety as it relates to spousal support. Our dedicated team of alimony lawyers provide compassionate legal service during your time of need.

In Florida, there are different forms of alimony, including:

  • Durational
  • Permanent
  • Rehabilitative
  • Bridge the Gap
  • Lump Sum
  • Temporary

There are many factors that are considered when determining which alimony is best for you. These are a few of the more common contributing factors:

  • Standard of living established during the marriage
  • Duration of the marriage
  • Financial resources
  • Earning capability
  • Contributions to the marriage
  • Children
  • Sources of income

Alimony can be complicated, do not try to navigate these complex waters alone. Trust the experienced team of attorneys at Florida Women’s Law Group. We are committed to providing you a positive experience all while seamlessly handling the meticulous details.

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Uncontested Divorce

Every day we speak with women, just like you, who are facing the possibility of divorce. As you are going through your divorce, you need a legal team you can rely on to advocate on your behalf. Our dedicated team provides compassionate legal service during this difficult and uncertain time.

In the state of Florida, fault is no longer required for a divorce or dissolution of marriage. Divorces are either contested, meaning the spouses have not come to an agreement on their own, or uncontested, often referred to as a simple divorce.

Many people find an uncontested divorce desirable because it can be a quicker, easier, and simpler way to finalize a divorce. An uncontested divorce happens when the spouses agree on all issues required to dissolve the marriage.

Other requirements include:

  • You or your spouse has lived in Florida for 6 months
  • There are no minor children
  • You are not pregnant
  • Spouses agree on division of property
  • You will not seek alimony

If you are thinking about an uncontested divorce, it is important to remember you need to consult with a lawyer first. Our attorneys are here for you throughout the process and long after your divorce is finalized. We have the experience, resources, and skills required to provide you with empathetic and compassionate legal service.

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Contested Divorce

Every day we speak with women, just like you, who are facing the possibility of divorce. As you are going through your divorce, you need a legal team you can rely on to advocate on your behalf. Our dedicated team provides compassionate legal service during this difficult and uncertain time.

In the state of Florida, fault is no longer required for a divorce or dissolution of marriage. Divorces are either contested, meaning the spouses have not come to an agreement on their own, or uncontested, often referred to as a simple divorce.

Contested divorces are very common as spouses tend to disagree on various issues including alimony and division of property to name a few.

Contested divorces can be more complicated but rest assured our attorneys are well versed in discovery, mediation, and trial. In Florida not all couples are eligible for an uncontested divorce, during our initial call we can determine if you meet that criteria.

Whatever your needs are, our attorneys are here for you now, throughout the process, and after the divorce is finalized. We have the skills, experience and resources needed to provide you with compassionate legal service.

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