Divorce FAQ

In Florida Can I Request Alimony after the Divorce is Over

A person can only request alimony before the divorce is finalized. If the divorce decree does net include an alimony award, a person would be unable to request alimony after the final judgment of dissolution of marriage occurs.

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Can a Spouse Bankrupt Their Alimony Obligations in Florida

In Florida, alimony is a form of support paid from one spouse to another, or one former spouse to another, and in Florida, a person would be unable to include that debt in a bankruptcy proceeding.

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Can a Prenuptial Agreement Limit Alimony in Florida

Not only can a person limit their exposure to alimony in a prenuptial agreement, but they can make sure it provides that alimony will never be paid in the event of a future divorce through the use of a prenuptial agreement. It’s important to consult with a lawyer to find out your rights in having a prenuptial agreement prepared, and if it will work for your circumstances.

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Can an Out of State Divorce be Enforced in Florida

An out-of-state divorce decree can be enforced in Florida. Part of the process is having a certified copy of the out-of-state divorce decree filed in Florida, and you ask the judge to domesticate that foreign divorce decree so that it becomes a Florida divorce decree. It’s a process that you should seek legal representation in accomplishing.

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Can Alimony Be Modified or Terminated in Florida

Under most circumstance, once a divorce decree is entered, after the divorce decree, Florida law does allow a person to go back to court and ask that the alimony award be modified or terminated based on certain circumstances which have occurred since the divorce decree.

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Can a Florida Court Order Support Payments During the Marriage

During divorce litigation usually couples are not living together, and a Florida court can order that one spouse provide support and maintenance to another spouse during the actual divorce litigation.

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Can a Dependent Spouse be Force to Work in Florida

A court of law cannot force someone to go to work. What the court can do during a divorce litigation is impute income to one spouse, which is assuming that this spouse can make a particular amount of money, and therefore impute that income to them.

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Am I Legally Divorced if My Marriage was Annulled in Florida

In Florida, if a marriage is annulled it means that there never was a marriage. If there never was a marriage, then there never was a divorce.

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What Is Uncontested Divorce in Florida

In Florida, there is generally either a contested divorce or uncontested divorce. If it’s a contested divorce, it means that the spouses cannot agree on a particular issue or issues involving the children, or money, or the house. If that occurs, then the judge makes the decision. In an uncontested divorce, the parties have reached an agreement and it’s put in writing and they go to the court and ask the court to approve their written agreement.

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