If any alimony is paid, then that amount is added to the person’s income who receives the alimony, and deducted from the person’s income who is paying the alimony in order to run child support. For example, if a husband makes $6,000 per month, and a wife makes $3,000 per month, and husband pays… Read More »
Does my ex-husband have to continue to pay alimony in my Florida case if I am now living with another man?
Well it depends whether or not the relationship falls under supportive relationship as defined under Florida statute. There are several factors the court considers. Some of the factors are: whether or not the other man is supporting you, the period of time you’ve been residing with the other man in your permanent residence, and… Read More »
Yes, you can limit your exposure to alimony. Florida law allows you to waive alimony in a prenuptial agreement. However, please note that you cannot waive temporary alimony which is temporary support during the penance of the case.
Well, there is temporary alimony, which is support during the pendency of the case, bridge-the-gap alimony, which is support for the transition from married life to single life, and cannot be more than two years. There’s also rehabilitative alimony, which is support in order to satisfy a specific plan, for example, a degree. Permanent… Read More »