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Nilo J. Sanchez, Jr., Esq.
1006 N. Armenia Avenue
Tampa, FL 33607
Phone: 813-879-4600
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    About Florida Alimony Reform

    There's been a lot going on in the last few years with regards to alimony
    reform in Florida. Many people are confused about whether alimony laws in Florida have changed, will change and how Florida alimony laws will effect current or future alimony or divorce cases.

    If you need a divorce or alimony lawyer in Tampa Bay, it is best to schedule a consultation to discuss the particulars of your case. If you're looking for a knowledgeable, aggressive Tampa divorce lawyer Call Nilo J Sanchez & Associates today

    2017 Florida Alimony Reform Update

    Alimony reform bills were referred to the Children, Families & Elder Affairs, along with the Judiciary and Rules Committees continuing the annual fight for Florida Alimony Reform. If approved, the changes will take place in October, 2017.

    More about:
    Alimony Reform in Florida

    Alimony Reform Updates 2014/2015

    Update March, 2015

    HB943 Florida Alimony Reform

    HB943 has one more committee stop before being sent to the House floor for a full vote....Read More About Alimony Reform by Tampa Divorce Attorney, Nilo J Sanchez & Associates

    No Reform for 2013-2014

    Although it had looked like alimony reform was possible, in fact it never
    made it and Governor Rick Scott vetoed the bill in 2013. Many reformers
    believed it would be revisited in 2014, but now it looks like that
    alimony reform activists are pushing for 2015.

    Some of the proposals for reform are based on the following:

    • Support self-sufficiency and independence for the lower-earning spouse
    through alimony payments that continue during a transition period, which
    lasts more than a decade in long-term marriages.

    • Maintain appropriate judicial discretion to fairly judge unique
    circumstances where the lower-earning spouse is physically or mentally
    unable to work to gain self-sufficiency, continuing alimony payments in
    special cases, and only until no longer needed.

    • End lifelong alimony dependency, allowing each party of the divorce to
    move-on with independent lives;

    • Obtain retirement rights for alimony payers, the same rights enjoyed by all other citizens.

    • Protect second spouses from current case law, which may allow judges to use second spouses income and assets and then force the alimony payer to pay
    an increased amount of alimony to a first spouse based now on a new “family income,” or face jail.

    • End expensive legal battles over vague alimony laws and interpretations; and

    • Provide equal and consistent treatment, where the outcome of a alimony case is not decided by the Russian Roulette selection of the family court judge.

    Tampa divorce and alimony lawyer Nilo J Sanchez & Associates - Divorce & Family Law Lawyer
    Serving  Tampa , Brandon, St. Pete, Land O' Lakes, 24 years experience handling divorce, alimony and high net worth divorces.

    Top rated and aggressive, Tampa divorce and alimony attorney Nilo Sanchez has extensive knowledge in the area of Florida alimony, including alimony in high-net worth divorce cases in Tampa Bay. When it comes to Florida alimony and your divorce, it is crucial to hire a lawyer who understands the current Florida Alimony laws in order to help you obtain favorable long term results.

    Alimony Quick Facts

    In a divorce case, a party may claim alimony from the other party.  Alimony is a form of financial support that one party seeks from the other.  In general, alimony is dependent upon the length of marriage, the financial need of the parties and the financial abilities of the parties. Contact Nilo Sanchez & Associates, divorce lawyer in Tampa to schedule a consultation to determine if you may be entitled to alimony in your divorce case.

    Child Support and/or Alimony?

    The income used to calculate payment of child support is the level of income remaining after alimony is taken out. So alimony payments do reduce child support. There is an interaction between alimony and child support that sometimes can work toward the advantage of the person paying support and alimony.

    Alimony and Spousal Support

    Important Information Regarding the Hiring of a Tampa Divorce Lawyer

    The hiring of a Divorce lawyer in Tampa, Florida is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. This website is not intended to provide any legal advice and you should not rely on this website for legal advice. Any statutes or other laws that are mentioned on this website may not have been updated recently and, therefore, the information on this website may not be the most current information available. Sanchez & Associates, P.A. does not give legal advice except during formal consultation and/or after an individual signs a written retainer agreement and and becomes a client of the Firm.

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    What Matters is Current Florida Alimony Law & How it Will Effect Your Divorce Case

    Regardless of your position about alimony reform, what truly matters is how the current laws will effect your current divorce case. Hiring a lawyer who understands Florida alimony law is crucial to ensuring that you obtain the very best outcome despite the law. If you're searching for the best alimony or divorce lawyer in Tampa Bay, keep in mind that each person seeking a
    divorce lawyer has different requirements but generally wants the same outcome, one that is in the best interest of you and your family. If you would like a consultation with Tampa Divorce Lawyer, Nilo J. Sanchez, please call for a consultation:
    (813) 879-4600.

    Nilo Sanchez & Associates has a proven track record in all areas of alimony, divorce and Family Law in Tampa Bay.  Mr. Sanchez is committed to obtaining results that will be in the best interest of you and your family.

    Nilo J. Sanchez can handle your alimony or divorce case in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco County, Florida.  If you are in need of
    temporary relief, alimony or modification of alimony or child support or if you require legal advice or representation for timeshare matters, please call our law office for a consultation. Tampa divorce attorney Nilo J Sanchez represents both men and women in alimony cases and is seasoned in handling high net worth divorces
    Florida Divorces
    Alimony Statutes

    In the State of Florida, divorce is governed under Chapter 61 of the Florida Statutes. 

    Additionally, to obtain a divorce, the court must find that the marriage is irretrievably broken or that one of the parties has been adjudged to be incapacitated for a preceding period of at least three years.

    There are many issues that may arise when a party seeks to obtain a divorce. For instance, the following issues may be present in a divorce case and can effect your family in various ways. It's important to consult with a Tampa lawyer to establish ways to reach solutions that are in your best interest.

    Children issues
    3.Distribution of Assets and Debts
    4.Attorney’s Fees and Costs
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