Spousal Support / Alimony
A party may be entitled to spousal support and alimony if they have a need for same and the other has the ability to pay it. Chapter 61.08 of the Florida Statutes sets forth the criteria the court utilizes in determining if a party has the need for alimony and if the other can pay it. Alimony is separate from child support and can be permanent if circumstances warrant it.Board Certified Family Lawyer in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties
The words Board certified, specialist, and expert mean that a Florida lawyer has special knowledge, skills and proficiency in a specific field of law.
As a Board Certified Marital and Family Law Specialist I have successfully litigated hundreds of alimony cases and am ready to litigate your alimony issue and fight for you. Call me for an appointment to determine if you are an alimony candidate.Contact my Hallandale Beach Law Offices
I offer a free limited initial consultation to discuss your paternity needs and how I can advocate for you and your child. If you would like to schedule an appointment, e-mail me or call me at 954-455-0800.
My offices accept major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express and I will also work out a customary payment plan, if needed.