An Experienced Alimony Attorney
Alimony, also known as spousal support, refers to legally-obligated financial support provided by one party to another after the dissolution of their marriage. Alimony can be agreed upon in a divorce, but when disputes arise, attorneys may have to get involved. Attorney Natashia A. Sinckler assists clients in the Boynton Beach, FL area with creating and modifying both child support and alimony/spousal support agreements. The amount and duration of alimony are determined by a number of factors including the income of both the dependent and supportive spouse. Modification to the agreement is possible when those circumstances change. Whether you need legal guidance or courtroom representation, Attorney Natashia will offer her dedicated attention. She is a passionate family lawyer with over 10 years of experience assisting clients with alimony, child support/custody, and other aspects of divorce.
Know your rights, avoid confusion, and come to a fair agreement with the help of an experienced local attorney. Either call our office at (561) 429-6571 or fill out our online contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Attorney Natashia is looking forward to meeting you and helping you find an effective solution to your alimony concerns.
Understanding Child Support and Alimony
Child support and alimony are two different forms of supportive payment that may be involved in a divorce or in other situations. When married parents divorce, or when unmarried parents separate, The Florida Child Support Guidelines use a number of factors to determine appropriate payments. Payments are based on the income of each parent as well as the time sharing circumstances and specific costs associated with raising the child (medical expenses, health insurance, daycare, etc.).
Alimony refers to support payments that occur when once spouse depends on the other financially and they separate. The probability of receiving or having to pay alimony becomes greater the longer you were married. For example, if the marriage lasted less than 3 years, it would be highly unlikely for the court to approve an alimony request. A court will only award alimony if they see evidence that it is needed and that the supporting party is capable of paying it. Payments may last for a temporary duration or for life. “Bridge-the-gap” alimony refers to temporary payments meant to help the dependent spouse adjust to supporting themselves.
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These are some of the services that Attorney Natashia Sinckler can offer you in regards to alimony and spousal support:
- Assist you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse in determining the need for alimony
- Represent you in alimony amount negotiations
- Represent you in a lawsuit if your ex-partner refuses to pay the agreed amount
- Help you petition to modify your alimony agreement
Modifications can be made when the financial circumstances of either party change significantly. For example, you may be able to get your spousal support payments reduced or eliminated if you can prove that your ex-partner has entered another relationship in which they are receiving financial support.
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The Law Office of Natashia A. Sinckler serves clients in Boynton Beach, FL and the surrounding areas. Contact us today in order to receive a consultation from a knowledgable alimony/spousal support lawyer. Call (561) 429-6571 or fill out our contact form now.
- Over 10 years of valuable family law experience in the local area
- Dedicated guidance and support throughout your divorce
- Able to handle all aspects of your divorce, including child support, custody, asset division, etc.
- Well-prepared and aggressive representation in court
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