Tampa, Florida

Transitional Alimony

What is Transitional Alimony?

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If you are going through a divorce in Florida and you find that you do not qualify for permanent alimony or rehabilitative alimony, there is another type of spousal support for which you might be eligible. Transitional alimony is a method of financial assistance in the form of a one-time payment made by one spouse to another.

Transitional alimony is a short-term financial payment with a finite end point. The purpose of this type of financial support is to allow one of the partners in the marriage to make the “transition” from married life to single life. This type of alimony can be used to pay a down payment on a different living situation or it could be used to hire a moving company.

This type of alimony can also be used for the following:

  • Pay for vocational training
  • Help with housing and other needs
  • Support while looking for a job

Our Tampa transitional alimony attorneys at Givens Givens Sparks can speak with you about the circumstances in your divorce. We can help determine what category of spousal support might be awarded in your case.

Contact us at (813) 518-7941 for your case review.

More Than 135 Years of Experience

If you believe that you should be awarded transitional alimony in your divorce, you should speak with a qualified lawyer on the subject immediately. Our team at Givens Givens Sparks can meet with you and go over what the strongest course of action may be in your unique circumstances. We understand that every divorce is different and every couple has diverse needs.

Our firm has over 135 years of combined legal experience and we use our practical knowledge to help you through this difficult time. We strongly believe that a person who is educated in the basics of family law can better deal with a divorce situation.

Contact our firm today at (813) 518-7941.

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At Givens Givens Sparks, your family is our family. As such, we promise to fight for each client and voraciously protect their best interests. Facing a family law issue? Get in touch with us to learn how we can help!

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