Tampa Alimony Modification Lawyer
When the court orders a certain alimony payment amount in Florida, it is not set in stone. Whether you are the giver or receiver, you can fill out the necessary Florida alimony modification forms to have it changed.
The smartest decision you can make when trying to change your alimony amount is contact a qualified alimony modification attorney to help you through the process.
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Do your circumstances warrant an alimony change??
Contact LaFrance Family Law to get a fair alimony modification for your family.
How do I Change Alimony Payment in Florida?
Thankfully, Florida has some of the most progressive laws regarding alimony awards and modifications. If you were given or ordered to pay a certain amount during your divorce proceedings, you may be able to change it. All you need to do is prove you’ve experienced significant financial changes since the alimony was initially determined. We recommend hiring an experienced alimony attorney to help you through this process.
Changes Needed to Modify Alimony for the Payer
- Substantial, permanent or temporary, long-term loss of income
- Children are no longer minors
Changes Needed to Modify Alimony for the Receiver
- If the recipient had a major, permanent change in their income
- Receiving an inheritance, gift or award
- In a financially supportive relationship with someone else
This is not an exhaustive list. There are many other situations that could cause a change in alimony for either party.
Contact us now to learn how to pay or receive the amount that’s right for your family.