Daytona Beach Alimony Attorney
Call (386) 253-4750 for a Consultation.
We Serve Flagler, Seminole & Volusia Counties.
If you are seeking alimony and spousal support guidance and support, contact
The Law Offices of Robert Stepniak. Whether you have just started alimony
negotiations or you are already divorced and need to modify your spousal
support arrangement, we can help.
Why Choose Our Spousal Support Lawyer?
- 21+ years of Experience
- Personal Attention from Your Lawyer at Every Step, not a Paralegal
- 1,000s of Clients Successfully Helped Across Florida
- A Free Initial Case Consultation Is Offered
From our offices in Daytona Beach, Deland and Palm Coast, we serve clients
throughout Central Florida and clients from outside the area who need
local legal guidance. Our attorney has experience in nearly every jurisdiction
throughout Central Florida. No matter how complex your case or how contentious,
we have the resources and the skill to protect your best interests and
pursue a fair spousal support arrangement.
Resolving Alimony Challenges
If you are just starting the
divorce process, you likely have questions about how the amount of alimony is
determined. In Florida, many factors are involved in deciding whether
alimony will be awarded - and if so, what type.
The court may order any of the following, based on the circumstances:
Temporary Alimony - Until the divorce is finalized.
Permanent Periodic Alimony - A specific amount is paid at regular intervals.
Lump Sum Alimony - Paid all at once; tax benefits may be available.
Rehabilitative Alimony - Requires a detailed plan about how the money will be used to help the
recipient build life skills and become self-supporting.
"Bridge-the-Gap" Alimony - Paid until a professional, who has put their career on hold, is able
to find suitable employment again.
In a lengthy marriage (30 or more years, for example), permanent alimony
may be awarded. For shorter-term marriages, the court may award rehabilitative
alimony. The court will also consider factors such as age, education,
financial resources, and other more.
Call us for a Consultation: (386) 253-4750
Our Daytona Beach alimony attorney is prepared to represent your best interests
through alimony negotiations. From spousal support arrears and alimony
modifications to preliminary negotiations for spousal support, we have
the resources to help no matter what your situation may be.
We welcome out-of-state clients. Call (386) 253-4750 to find out more.