Alimony & Spousal Support Lawyer

Daytona Beach Divorce Attorney

Many factors are taken into consideration when establishing the terms of alimony or spousal support. As the court reviews your previous marriage, the financial status of each party, and the terms under which all assets were divided, your financial responsibility to your former spouse will be established.

Whether you are the one responsible for paying spousal support installments, or you are the one receiving the payments, it is important to have competent legal counsel at hand. A Daytona Beach divorce lawyer from The Law Office of Jeffrey A. Klein can represent your interests and ensure your rights are protected.

Family-Oriented Legal Counsel

With the assistance of our legal counsel, you can arrive at an alimony arrangement that caters to the needs of both spouses. Determining alimony payments can have a direct impact on your quality of life and that of your children. For this reason, having our team available and involved in the negotiation process can help ensure your future is protected and appropriately provided for.

We focus on the best interests of the entire family as we work with you to establish an alimony / spousal support agreement. In doing so, we can better ensure you receive the amount of support you both need and deserve. We can also see to it that you are not asked to pay more in alimony fees than you can reasonably afford.

Florida alimony and spousal support options vary by situation:

  • Temporary alimony fills the gap between a divorce and a final settlement.
  • Permanent alimony is generally reserved for long-term marriages and usually consists of monthly installments.
  • Rehabilitative alimony temporarily sustains a spouse until he or she is able to do so on their own.

Alimony and Spousal Support Modifications

If you need assistance re-negotiating the terms of a previously agreed upon alimony or spousal support arrangement, legal counsel from our Daytona Beach family law attorney can advise you as to the best course of action to take. Sometimes alimony can be re-negotiated depending on the living situation or circumstances of either party.

Contact our team to learn more about your options.