Representing Both Men And Women In Spousal Support Matters

Trying to maintain your current standard of living after dissolving your marriage is one of the most difficult parts of divorce. A house that you could afford on two incomes may be too expensive on one income. Providing for other necessities may be a challenge.

Whether you are sure you want to end your marriage or are still considering your options, it helps to understand your rights when it comes to alimony (sometimes called spousal support or spousal maintenance). The central Florida law firm of Damore, Delgado & Romanik is here to explain your rights and guide you to a successful resolution of your concerns. Our Daytona Beach alimony attorneys represent both men and women who are paying money to or receiving money from an ex-spouse.

Alimony Payments Are Based On Many Factors

The Florida courts will consider a variety of factors when it comes to awarding alimony to either a husband or a wife. A few of these considerations include:

  • The length of the marriage
  • The standard of living established during the marriage
  • The age, physical condition and emotional condition of each spouse
  • The contributions of each spouse to the marriage
  • The financial resources of both parties

The type of alimony awarded can also vary, depending on your particular circumstances. We can advise you about:

  • Temporary vs. permanent alimony
  • Rehabilitative alimony
  • Lump-sum alimony
  • Transitional or bridge-the-gap alimony

Call Our DeLand And Deltona Alimony Attorneys

Should you conclude that divorce is necessary, it is important that you seek the assistance of an experienced alimony attorney who can help you understand each step of the process and ensure that your financial interests are protected.

You will find such a lawyer at Damore, Delgado & Romanik . Call us at 386-492-8694 or send us an email to arrange a free initial consultation.