Tampa Alimony Lawyer Gary Dolgin Explains Factor g To Be Considered Regarding the Florida Supportive Relationship Statute

In the State of Florida, the supportive relationship statute allows the payor of alimony to have their alimony obligation reduced or terminated if their ex-spouse is in a supportive relationship.

The court shall consider and make written findings of fact regarding all relevant facts and additional factors.

Factor g. to be considered is:

“Whether the obligee and the other person have worked together to create or enhance anything of value.”

For example, have they worked together to acquire assets such as a house, car, or savings?

Situations where the obligee and the other person have contributed jointly to growing something together that is considered an asset could be considered in an alimony modification case.

Here at The Law Offices of Gary S. Dolgin, we will put our knowledge and 33 years of experience to work for you, whether you are seeking alimony or defending a claim against alimony.

Being Board Certified in Marital and Family Law as well as being a Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator sets Gary Dolgin apart. He will put his expertise to work for you and advocate for the best possible result in your alimony case.

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