Our Blog


Can a Prenup Limit or Waive Alimony?

In recent years, prenuptial agreements have surged in popularity among couples, transcending their traditional association with the wealthy elite. These "prenups," serve as a proactive measure for couples to outline the division of their assets, debts, and specify alimony arrangements in the unfortunate event of a divorce. As marriages evolve, so does the understanding that while love binds people together, financial clarity and legal foresight can safeguard their future, should the path of marriage diverge. Understanding Prenuptial Agreements in Florida Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, while similar in their objectives, are distinguished by their timing. A prenuptial agree ...


How is Alimony Calculated?

Any divorce represents a significant change in the lives of you and your former spouse. One of the common shifts you can expect will be financial in nature. Particularly if one of you is the primary breadwinner of the family, the other may be concerned about their ability to continue living a life of the standard you’ve become used to. This is where alimony comes into play. The courts can direct one party to make regular payments to the other for a period of time to mitigate hardships. However, it’s important to work with an attorney experienced in representing men in Florida to make certain any amount of alimony allocation is fair. So, how is alimony calculated? Let’s take a closer lo ...


Proving Cohabitation to Stop Alimony

Coming to the end of the divorce process usually means you’re free to move on with your life. However, as a man going through a divorce in Florida, there may be a lingering aspect of your marriage that is still causing a certain amount of frustration: alimony payments. While this is considered to be part of a fair division of assets, you certainly don’t expect it to be a permanent arrangement. In most cases, the courts will place an end date on your payments. But these can stop sooner if your ex is in a cohabiting relationship. After all, it’s not fair for you to keep giving a portion of your income if your former spouse is gaining financial support from a new partner. If your ex is ho ...


Should You Date While Divorcing?

Each Situation is Unique, But Generally We Advise Against It This is a frequent question we receive from our clients. Since the circumstances surrounding each divorce are always so different, it is tough to answer definitively. However, taking into account all of the different scenarios we have encountered that include a third or even fourth party’s involvement, In Law We Trust Divorce and Family Lawyers generally advises that during your divorce process you exercise a degree of caution and restraint with regard to dating. Even if you think the separation is amicable, most likely there are still unsettled emotions involved and you don’t know for sure how your wife will react. The last thing ...


Should You Give Up to Just Get a Divorce Over With?

Compassionate & Aggressive in Our Representation to Your Benefit Divorce is often a very stressful process and can become extremely complicated by disagreements about parenting time, child and spousal support, the division of assets, and the actions of a difficult soon-to-be ex-spouse. In Law We Trust Divorce and Family Lawyers approaches each client’s case in a pragmatic way. Not only are we known for our legal expertise and vast knowledge of family law and divorce, we are compassionate, aggressive in our representation, and always keep the overall best interests of our clients at the forefront. While it is never our intent to complicate the process, there are many things involved when dea ...


Modifications to Spousal Support: How Does Retirement Affect Spousal Support?

Is Retirement an Automatic Qualifier for Modification to Spousal Support? The short answer to this question is no, retirement does not necessary mean that there can be a dreduction or termination of spousal support. Although Florida law does consider retirement and a reduction of income as a possible valid issue in a request to modify or terminate alimony, it is not by any means automatic. While there may be new Florida legislature in the future to make it easier to modify spousal support upon retirement, one substantial matter is what the language of the original divorce decree says. That is why it is very important to have legal representation when divorcing. Structuring a settlement an ...

1 2 3
Call Now Button

Need Divorce Advice?