The court may grant alimony to either party, which can be in the form of: lump sum; bridge-the-gap; rehabilitative; durational; or permanent-periodic in nature, or a combination of these forms of alimony depending on a number of factors. The court will be interested in looking at, not only the duration of the marriage, but also the needs of the spouse requesting alimony and the financial ability of the other spouse to pay that amount. If there are minor children in the case, the court will also consider the child support amount when determining an alimony payment, if any, however child support shall be in addition to the alimony award.
UNCONTESTED DIVORCE $2,500*
(DOES NOT INCLUDE COURT COSTS)
The Law Offices of Laura S. Blackman, P.A., concentrate primarily in the practice of family law in Boca Raton, Fla.
Our services include: alimony, child support, child custody, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, and modifications.
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