Alimony Attorney

Alimony is a central issue in many divorce cases. An award or denial of alimony can significantly shape both parties' financial futures. Whether or not alimony will be granted in a particular case is highly fact-specific. Professional legal guidance is essential to protecting your financial interests.

Sophisticated Legal Guidance Rooted In 30 Years Of Experience

At Matthew Lane & Associates, P.A., in Palm Beach County, Florida we draw on our legal, financial, and business acumen to effectively advise clients on all aspects of alimony litigation. Backed by more than three decades of legal experience, our law firm provides skilled and sophisticated guidance in navigating the often complicated issues that arise in alimony disputes.

We are familiar with the intricacies surrounding all facets of this area of law. We have substantial experience assisting clients in establishing, contesting, and modifying alimony awards.

Florida Law Governing Alimony

Some of the factors that Florida courts look at in determining whether to award alimony in divorce proceedings are:

  • The standard of living established by the parties during the marriage
  • Whether one party has an actual need for alimony and whether the other party has the ability to pay
  • The duration of the marriage
  • The age and the physical and emotional condition of each party
  • The financial resources of each party, including the nonmarital and the marital assets and liabilities distributed to each
  • The earning capacities of each party and all sources of income available to either party
  • The responsibilities each party will have with regard to any minor children they have in common

Get An Experienced Alimony Lawyer On Your Side

To speak with an alimony attorney, you may contact our law firm by calling 561-328-1111. We offer an initial consultation within twenty-four hours of your phone call.

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