In Florida, there are six types of alimony. They are Permanent, Rehabilitative, Durational, Bridge-The-Gap, Temporary and Lump Sum alimony. Specific information on Florida Alimony law can be found in Florida State Statutes Section 61.08. For our purposes we will generally refer to all as simply: Alimony.
If you have been ordered by the court to pay alimony, you are considered the Payor. The person who receives alimony is considered the Payee. Alimony is money paid to an ex-spouse for the purpose of maintaining a standard of living and obtaining training or job skills. Generally, courts impose restrictions on the payee. These restrictions generally include that they may continue to receive alimony as long as they:
Many of the clients that come to us for Alimony Reduction Investigations are paying permanent alimony. Oftentimes, these payments, over the life of the parties, can add up to millions of dollars. An Alimony Reduction Investigation can assist in determining if the payee is still entitled to alimony at all and /or if the payee should receive a reduced amount of alimony based on changes in the payee’s financial or living arrangements.
The services we generally recommend at Rick Raymond Investigations include some or all of the following listed solutions:
Our Alimony Reduction Investigations have proven highly successful. Particularly,when approached in a methodical and strategic manner. Recently, we saved a client $90,000.00 per year with an effective Alimony Reduction Investigation.
If we can assist you with an Alimony Reduction Investigation, please call us today at (386) 310-4812 or visit us online at:
(NOTE:We are not attorneys and do not give legal advice. The above should not be relied upon as legal advice. Please consult an attorney before initiating investigative services.)
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