Daytona Beach Alimony Lawyer

Do you need an attorney for a spousal support issue?

Spousal Support

Look no further than Buckmaster & Ellzey if you need a Daytona Beach alimony lawyer. Our attorneys are experienced in all areas of family law, including divorce and spousal support. Alimony cases require an attorney who is relentless and dedicated to getting the best possible results for their client. Our lawyers treat every client with respect and never stop fighting until the best possible outcome has been achieved.

Reasons to Choose Our Firm:

  • Former prosecutors
  • Skilled litigators
  • Dedicated to each client's best interests
  • Experienced in all areas of family law

Speak with an attorney from our team right away if you need to fight for a fair alimony order in Daytona Beach. We are prepared to help you win the court order that you deserve.

Call us today at (888) 785-6548 to schedule a consultation!

Spousal Support Lawyer in Daytona Beach

"Alimony" and "spousal support" are both terms used to describe the financial support ordered by a court by one spouse of another following a divorce. If one spouse is financially disadvantaged and the other spouse has the ability to pay, spousal support may be awarded. A Daytona Beach divorce attorney can review your specific circumstances and advise as to the best course of action in pursuing alimony. Many factors are considered in the determination of whether or not it should be awarded and the amounts involved. These can include:

  • The duration of the marriage
  • The age and physical and emotional condition of each party
  • The non-financial contributions of each party to the marriage
  • The standard of living established during the marriage
  • The financial resources and all sources of income available to each party following the divorce
  • The projected time involved in either party reestablishing their career or income earning capability

Pursuing a Just Decision

At Buckmaster & Ellzey, we can help you pursue a fair alimony award, whether you are the contributing spouse or the recipient. The court may award five different kinds of alimony:

  • Temporary alimony (while divorce proceedings are ongoing)
  • Lump sum alimony
  • Rehabilitative alimony (to assist one spouse while they reestablish their own sources of income)
  • Permanent alimony
  • Bridge-the Gap-Alimony (an award to assist a party with legitimate identifiable short-term needs that cannot exceed 2 years)

Our firm can also assist with modifications of spousal support if the circumstances of either party have changed following the original court order. We understand that divorce is a very emotional experience and are here to help you address the legal and financial aspects as best as possible.

Contact a Daytona Beach alimony lawyer for assistance in pursuing a favorable decision regarding spousal support.