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Who Gets Alimony in a Florida Divorce?

It’s perceived that men are always the ones paying alimony, but along with everything else that changes when divorce takes place, more women are paying alimony to their ex spouses than ever before.

In Florida, alimony is governed by Florida Statutes 61.08 and those Statutes don’t define alimony as something that is awarded only to the ex-wife or only to the ex-husband. Alimony is a tough subject matter to swallow for many couples in Florida who are seeking or have already been divorced.

Men and women both can be ordered to pay alimony to their ex-spouses and many factors are considered prior to awarding a former spouse alimony in Florida. But is it right or fair? The paying party generally thinks not, and the receiving party thinks so. The important thing is to work with a Tampa Florida divorce attorney who will work towards results and obtaining the very best resolution in your divorce settlement. Whether you are a man who believes you will be paying your ex-wife spousal support or a woman who has been the primary provider for your family and may have to pay alimony to your ex-husband, schedule a consultation with  Nilo J Sanchez & Associates at (813) 879-4600 in Tampa, Florida for answers and legal assistance and representation.

Nilo J. Sanchez & Associates can represent you in modifying your alimony in Tampa Bay. If you are in need of an experienced alimony attorney in Tampa, Florida contact Family law attorney Nilo J. Sanchez today.

Tampa Family Law Attorney – When you need a divorce or family law attorney in Apollo Beach, Brandon, Lutz, St. Petersburg, Clearwater or Dade City in Pasco County, reach out to us. We have over 25 years of experience representing clients who need a family law attorney in these Tampa Bay jurisdictions.

2 comments on “Who Gets Alimony in a Florida Divorce?

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