When couples do decide to part ways, the issue of alimony and spousal support will often come up. It’s crucial that each party understands not only their eligibility but the options that they have when it comes to negotiating a spousal support plan.
We have over 20 years of experience in family law matters and can answer your questions about alimony and spousal support, whether permanent alimony, temporary spousal support, or periodic alimony is the right solution for you and for your family after the divorce.
There are options for temporary spousal support even if there is a prenuptial agreement in place. If you are in this situation, it’s worth examining your options with a Hollywood family law attorney.
In the state of Florida, there are three primary types of alimony or spousal support. We can help you to determine which option will best suit the needs of both you and your former spouse. This includes:
The courts understand that circumstances change, that jobs get lost, that there are financial hardships and triumphs. We are also able to assist you with modification of your alimony agreement.
At the law firm of S. G. Morrow & Associates, our clients’ needs come first. We will take the time to answer all your questions regarding your situation and the possible options concerning alimony or spousal support in Hollywood and other locations within South Florida. Contact us today and find out our wide range of family law legal services and how we can help you. We offer a free consultation in English or Spanish. If you live in Hollywood or anywhere else in South Florida, contact us by phone at 305-933-8383 or you may use our web contact form.
At the Law Office of S. G. Morrow & Associates, our focus is on family law and immigration law. With more than 20 years of experience as Divorce Lawyer, we provide a unique blend of legal services for clients where these fields intersect, such as foreign marriages and divorces. Some of our major practice areas include :
but there are still a lot of important issues about your future that must be decided. From a marital settlement agreement to child custody concerns, your future is our number one priority. Contact us today and find out how we can help you through the uncontested divorce process.