At Gonzalez & Rodriguez, P.L., we have the skill and experience to represent you in any type of alimony matter. Whether you are seeking to divorce your spouse but do not want to go forward because you are concerned about experiencing financial difficulties afterwards or your soon to be ex-spouse is demanding you pay alimony but you do not have the financial resources to do so, we will provide you with personalized and high-quality legal representation.

Since 2003, from our office in Coral Gables, Florida, our team of knowledgeable lawyers has represented individuals and businesses in Miami and throughout South Florida in alimony disputes. We serve a diverse clientele, including clients from Venezuela, Brazil, Cuba, Colombia and other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. To discuss your case with us, call 305-461-4880 or Contact us online.

Experienced Representation in Alimony

In Florida, alimony is based on a subjective finding of a spouse’s financial need for alimony and the other spouse’s financial ability to pay alimony. Many factors are analyzed by the Courts in determining the proper alimony amount such as the following:

•· Length of the marriage,

•· Contribution of each spouse to the marriage,

•· Educational backgrounds of the spouses,

•· Waste of marital funds such as due to infidelity and

•· Income of the spouses and work history,

After the Courts have made a determination that a spouse is entitled to alimony based on factors such as those above, a determination as to the type of alimony must then be decided. Alimony may be awarded in these various forms:

•· Permanent alimony (until one of the spouses remarries or passes),

•· Durational alimony (for a fixed period of time not to exceed the length of the marriage),

•· Rehabilitative (for a term to allow the spouse to return to school, seek employment, etc.),

•· Bridge-the-gap (for a maximum of two years to allow spouse to achieve any short term goals),

•· Temporary (for the duration of the divorce process or proceedings) and

•· Lump sum (a one-time fixed amount payment).

Even after alimony has been awarded, it may be modified or terminated based upon a showing of a substantial change in circumstances or the existing of a supportive relationship.

Our team understands how important it is for your peace of mind that you are receiving or paying the proper amount of alimony based on your ability to pay and the other person’s need.

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Contact Our Coral Gables Professional Attorneys

To discuss your case with one of our experienced lawyers in an free initial consultation, call us toll free at 305-461-4880 or Contact us online. We welcome all major credit cards.

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