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How does spousal support help you?

Divorcing Florida couples will likely have to deal with hashing out spousal support, also known as alimony, at some point during the divorce proceedings. The Minaya Law Offices, PLLC, works to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of spousal support and what you should expect from it.

First of all, spousal support is something that allows you to continue living at a level that you were living at during your marriage. For many people, splitting up can be a huge financial hardship, especially if one person was the primary source of income. If you're suddenly left to live off of your own paycheck when you were used to living off of two, it can be quite jarring. This is where spousal support comes in.

Generally speaking, the person who makes the most money is the one who pays alimony. The amount of money to be given is determined in the court. However, this number is subject to change based on a number of factors such as your job, their job, and whether or not either of you begin living with other people. In this way, spousal support payments are kept as fair as possible.

As you can see, spousal support is vital when it comes to maintaining the lifestyle that you have been used to living throughout the years of your marriage. This is why it's such a key component of handling your divorce. If you're curious and want to look into it further, you can simply pay our web site a visit.

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