Experience Handling Alimony Cases In Palm Beach, Martin And St. Lucie County

Florida courts recognize several different forms of alimony. Depending on the length of the marriage, the respective incomes of the parties and many other factors, the court may consider any of the following:

  • Temporary alimony

  • Bridge-the-gap alimony

  • Rehabilitative alimony

  • Durational alimony

  • Lump sum alimony

  • Permanent periodic alimony

The laws affecting spousal support in Florida are changing. For marriages lasting between seven and 17 years, durational alimony creates a presumption that some form of alimony for some period of time, not longer than the length of the marriage itself, may be necessary. By analyzing your financial circumstances, and in some cases employing forensic accountants and vocational rehabilitation consultants to provide expert testimony, I can advise you of the best course of action. The relationship between child support, alimony and distribution of property requires careful consideration. Tax law treats each of these items differently. It may be in the interest of both parties to adjust their arrangement to prevent unnecessary tax liability.

Contact the West Palm Beach Office of The Winig Law Firm, P.A.

If you are seeking intelligent legal guidance regarding alimony in Florida, The Winig Law Firm, P.A. is here for you. Contact me today online or call 561-337-2997 to arrange an initial consultation with an experienced Florida alimony attorney.

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Steven L. Winig, Esq.
The Winig Law Firm, P.A.
The Barrister’s Building
1615 Forum Place, Suite 3A
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Palm Beach Gardens Law Office
Phone: (561) 337-2997
Fax: (561) 683-1559

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