BRIDGE THE GAP ALIMONY
Do You Understand How The Court Will Award Alimony?
The court could order a number of different types of alimony depending on your situation. In many cases, the facts of the case indicate that setting up a permanent alimony plan is not the best decision, and setting up some type of rehabilitative plan is not appropriate either. In some cases, the spouse set to receive alimony payments only requires financial assistance for the time it takes them to transition to single life from married life. In many cases, this spouse is likely to receive what is commonly referred to in Florida as “bridge the gap” alimony.
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What Is Bridge The Gap Alimony?
Bridge the gap alimony is a temporary payment plan designed to provide financial support for the spouse receiving the money while they are transitioning from married to single life. This type of alimony has a set duration with a specific end date, and is often implemented for the time it takes to complete the divorce process. While the court may order it for longer divorces, it is most commonly implemented for shorter marriages.
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