Tampa, Florida

Rehabilitative Alimony

Tampa Rehabilitative Alimony Attorney

Legal Representation for Your Divorce

A divorce can be an extremely difficult process to go through - not only are you splitting up a union between two people, you also have to arrange division of property, custody, division of assets and other contentious issues. One of the most contentious issues that is addressed through the divorce process is the need one spouse may have and ability of the other spouse to pay alimony.

Rehabilitative alimony is one form of alimony that Florida divorce law provides. This type of alimony is generally awarded when one of the parties involved in the divorce needs financial support until self-support can be accomplished. Under this form of alimony, a rehabilitative plan is designed for the receiving spouse to follow to help assist in the goal of that spouse becoming self-supportive. Unlike permanent alimony, rehabilitative alimony is for a set duration with a termination date. The sole purpose of this form of spousal support is to ensure both parties continue their standard of living. If one spouse was the main provider, the support helps the other spouse get back on his or her feet.

Representing Your Interests

At Givens Givens Sparks, our lawyers ensure your terms and conditions of alimony are incorporated into the marital settlement agreement. We have over one hundred years of combined experience practicing Florida divorce law and addressing all types of alimony issues. By taking advantage of our cost effective services, parties are able to use our combined experience in order to facilitate settlement of their case and ensure that the terms of alimony and other provisions of their marital settlement agreement are drafted properly. Can you afford not to call us today?

Contact a Tampa rehabilitative alimony attorney at our firm if you are seeking an easier, less expensive divorce.

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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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