Alimony

by Laura M. Wright on Oct. 18, 2021

Divorce & Family Law Divorce & Family Law  Divorce Divorce & Family Law  Family Law 

Summary: Will you be ordered to pay Alimony in Florida?

Alimony

Alimony in Florida is determined by considering two things: The amount of alimony the payee spouse needs and the ability of the paying spouse to pay. If you can prove a need for alimony and the other party’s ability to pay it, you have met the burden required for an award of Alimony.

The court will consider all relevant factors, including, but not limited to:

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