When a marriage is dissolved, there are numerous decisions that must be made: Decisions that will impact each individual’s quality of life. Alimony is one of those decisions. The Florida courts determine whether or not one spouse will be required to provide spousal support (alimony) to the other spouse after the divorce is final. Without a doubt, spousal support is one of the most debated issues in divorce. At the Law Office of Brenda Gitchev Guerrero, I work hard for my clients to ensure a fair agreement in relation to alimony and, if applicable, child support is achieved.
At my law office, I represent individuals who are required to pay alimony and/or child support as well as those who are seeking it. I also represent individuals who should be receiving alimony and/or child support payments according to a specified agreement, but are not. I can assist you with presenting evidence to the Court to request enforcement or an increase in the previously agreed to alimony and/or child support payments. Moreover, if you are paying alimony and/or child support, I can help you prove why these payments should be decreased, if a modification is warranted.
If you are in need of an experienced Family Law attorney to assist you with dissolving your marriage, please contact my office today and schedule an appointment for your initial consultation.