Not every divorce involves alimony. Just as every marriage is different, the need for alimony can vary greatly. Some spouses may be on equal footing financially. In other families, one spouse may have made less or chose to put his or her career on hold when raising his or her kids. To determine if you or your ex qualifies for spousal support, a variety of factors would need to be taken into consideration. Select an experienced family law attorney committed to guiding you through the divorce process so you are left with no surprises.
Determining if you qualify for spousal support can be a complicated process. The best investment you can make is to work with an experienced divorce lawyer highly familiar with the factors taken into account, such as:
Length of the marriage
Education level of the spouses
Age and health of each spouse
Standard of living during the marriage
Spousal support may be awarded on a temporary basis until the divorce is final, or to bridge the gap until a spouse who put his or her career on hold has acquired the skills to re-enter the workforce. In rarer circumstances, permanent alimony may be awarded in high-asset divorces depending on the age, health and duration of the marriage.
Several factors are taken into account to determine if someone qualifies for alimony and the type of spousal support he or she would be given. Attorney Donna P. Levine has extensive experience representing financially independent clients and spouses seeking spousal support. She has the skills and tenacity to negotiate in your best interests, while keeping you fully informed of the potential outcomes.
Attorney Donna P. Levine has more than 25 years of experience representing financially independent spouses and clients seeking spousal support. She has a clear understanding of the factors used to determine if clients qualify for temporary or permanent spousal support. Her comprehensive background handling both sides of alimony cases has proven to be invaluable in negotiating resolutions focused on protecting her clients' best interests. Contact our West Palm Beach alimony attorney for an initial consultation in Palm Beach County, Florida.
Financial concerns can quickly cause emotions to escalate during the divorce process. Select an experienced alimony lawyer committed to protecting your best interests without fueling a fight. Attorney Donna P. Levine is a seasoned divorce lawyer committed to preserving your financial interests. Call her law firm for an initial consultation in Palm Beach County, Florida: (561) 820-8782.
Why Choose Us?
More than 25 years experience
Fredrick Susaneck: Lead Counsel In Over 1,000 Trials And 450 Administrative Hearings
Donna Levine: 15th Judicial Circuit, State of Florida, Commissioner, General Master, 1990 - 1995
Fredrick Susaneck: Former Assistant State Attorney
Donna Levine: 15th Judicial Circuit, State of Florida, Assistant Public Defender, 1985 - 1990
Fredrick Susaneck: Successfully Litigated Cases Before The Supreme Court
Donna Levine: State of Maine, Assistant Attorney General, 1983 – 1985