Under Florida’s new alimony law, there is a maximum amount that the court can order as it relates to durational alimony.
The amount of durational alimony is the amount determined to be the obligee’s reasonable need, or an amount not to exceed 35 percent of the difference between the parties’ net incomes, whichever amount is less. Net income shall be calculated in conformity with s. 61.30(2) and (3), excluding spousal support paid pursuant to a court order in the action between the parties.
With regard to other types of alimony: bridge-the-gap the gap transitional alimony; or rehabilitative alimony; or temporary alimony; there is no 35% cap.
If you have any questions about the new alimony laws which have taken effect July 1, 2023, we are happy to help you.
If you have any questions about the new laws which have taken effect July 1, 2023, we are happy to help you.
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