Temporary Alimony Lawyers
Serving Tampa with 135+ Years’ Experience
When you and your spouse are going through a divorce, it is very important
to arrange financial support when it is needed.
Alimony in Florida can be divided into several different categories of financial
necessity and duration. When one spouse believes that he or she requires
financial support or assistance from the other, the disadvantaged spouse
can request alimony at some time during the divorce proceeding.
In order for alimony to be awarded, the spouse requesting financial assistance must prove that he or she is in need. Temporary alimony is a very important part of the divorce proceeding, because it is an amount that will be paid to one spouse during the process before the final divorce hearing.
Contested divorces can take up to years to finally resolve all the issues involved. Temporary alimony can be necessary to the basic comfort and survival of the less financially stable spouse. The Florida courts realize that the financially dependent spouse might not be able to bear such an economic burden for the duration of the divorce. Temporary alimony will be paid until a more permanent arrangement regarding fiscal support can be made.
Call (813) 518-7941 for your complimentary consultation.
Protecting Your Rights During and After Divorce
If you believe that you are eligible for temporary alimony, it is very important that you speak with our Tampa temporary alimony attorneys at Givens Givens Sparks. We have the experience and intimate knowledge of all types of alimony and alimony cases in the state of Florida. We can help you through what is probably a very difficult time for you and your family.
Alimony is based on a number of factors, such as:
- Duration of the marriage
- Financial stability during the marriage
- Income of each party
- Earning power of each party
- Cause for divorce
We understand that your family’s well-being is very important to you, and that is why we will stand by you throughout every step of the process. You will always be able to reach the attorney who is working with you. We believe in strong client relationships, and we also feel that a well-informed client can better help in preparing the case. That is why we are dedicated to helping you understand the basics of what you and your family are enduring.
Seek the legal counsel you need. Call (813) 518-7941 today.