Family Lawyer in Tampa Gary Dolgin Explains What Evidence Is Required To Request Temporary Alimony

A divorce case can often take months to conclude, therefore temporary court orders may be requested for certain issues such as alimony while the divorce case is pending.

When making a case for temporary alimony, evidence of the incomes, standard of living, and expenses of the parties during their marriage must be presented.

Many avenues of documentation of the standard of living are available.

Photographs of the marital residence and its accoutrements show the court the type of living accommodations to which the parties have been accustomed.

Appraisal reports of recent gifts made by the parties to each other or the children can be helpful, as can copies of credit cared records and canceled checks.

Documentation of the parties’ lifestyle by the movant may lead to the imputing of income not acknowledged by the income-earning spouse.

Board Certified Expert in Marital and Family Law, Gary S. Dolgin is proud to be the author of Chapter 6. “Temporary Relief” in the 6th through 13th editions of The Florida Dissolution of Marriage book.

This book is published by The Florida Bar and is widely used as a reference by attorneys and judges when it comes to divorce issues in Florida.

With over 30 years of experience in divorce and family law, Gary Dolgin has the expertise you need when facing divorce or any type of family law issue.

If you are looking for an experienced and knowledgeable family law and divorce attorney in Tampa to represent your best interests, you can count on Gary Dolgin to help you.

To schedule a consultation with Gary S. Dolgin, Attorney At Law, call (813) 999-2772 and it will be our pleasure to help you.
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