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Alimony: Court Considers Age, Physical and Emotional Condition of Each Party When Determining Alimony

One of the factors that a Judge looks at when determining alimony is the age and the physical and emotional condition of each party.

For example, permanent alimony may be appropriate when one of the parties can demonstrate that he or she will be unable to become self-supporting in the future because of age or a physical or emotional condition.

However, the court must also consider both parties’ age, physical and emotional conditions.

If for example, the payor suffers from a debilitating physical condition and will no longer be able to provide at the same capacity as during the marriage, and meanwhile the other party is in great health and able to provide for themselves, the court may decide that alimony would not be appropriate in this case.

Also, decisions regarding alimony should be based on the present age, physical and emotional condition of the parties, not on speculation regarding the future condition of the parties.

In addition to this factor, there are numerous other factors that a court looks at in determining how much alimony to order in a particular case.

Whether you are the spouse requesting alimony, or the spouse being asked to pay alimony, here at The Law Offices of Gary S. Dolgin, we will put our knowledge and 30 years of experience to work to help protect your alimony rights.

Being Board Certified in Marital and Family Law as well as being a Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator sets Gary Dolgin apart when it comes to determining what type(s) of alimony might be granted in your situation and advocating on your behalf to secure the best result possible.

You can count on Gary Dolgin to help you with your alimony issues aggressively, while taking care of your best interests with integrity and compassion.

To schedule an alimony consultation with Gary S. Dolgin, please call (813) 999-2772, and it will be our pleasure to help you.

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