Addressing Alimony & Adultery
Work With a Jacksonville Divorce Attorney to Understand Your Options
In the state of Florida, alimony may be granted to a party during or after
divorce as a form of temporary or permanent spousal maintenance. However, when
adultery has been committed, this can affect the family law judge’s
decision to grant alimony for either party. For example, if a party petitions
for alimony but it is discovered that he or she committed adultery, the
judge may decide to not grant alimony or to terminate an existing alimony order.
If you are concerned about your rights to alimony or wish to deny your spouse
alimony because of adultery, you need to turn to Owenby Law, P.A. We are well-versed
in family law and can help you pursue the kind of outcome you desire.
We will protect your rights, inside or outside of the courtroom.
Call (201) 419-6223 to schedule a Free Initial Consultation for your alimony case.
Owenby Law, P.A.: Adopting a Team-Based Approach
Our firm adopts a team-based approach for every case we accept, including
those related to alimony. Why? This allows us to pool together our respective
strengths for the benefit of the men and women we represent. With thousands
of cases handled behind us, you can feel confident by having our reputable
law firm on your side. We put our heart into every case in our care.
As our client, you may expect the following:
- Passionate legal advocacy
- A comprehensive understand of your options
- Step-by-step guidance throughout the development of your case
Consult with Our Jacksonville Family Law Firm
If you would like seek legal assistance for an adultery-related alimony
matter, our firm is ready and willing to help. We realize the sensitive
and emotional nature of these kinds of cases. Always respectful and compassionate,
we will give you the caring and trustworthy representation you need and deserve.
Learn more about your options by giving our office a call today.