SUPPORT UNCONNECTED WITH DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE IN FLORIDA
Parents, whether married, separated, or divorced, are required to financially support their children. Similarly, if one spouse has the need for financial maintenance, and the other spouse has the ability to pay for that maintenance, a Florida court can order alimony, even if the parties are not divorcing. Family Diplomacy will guide you through the process of seeking support unconnected with dissolution of marriage.
REASONS FOR SUPPORT UNCONNECTED WITH DIVORCE
Unlike many states, Florida does not recognize the concept of legal separation. Yet, there are many reasons why couples do not want to go the route of divorce. An action for support unconnected with dissolution of marriage allows (i) a party to keep open the possibility of reconciliation, (ii) a parent to make sure his or her children are taken care of while the other parent is absent, or (iii) a party to stay in line with his or her religious beliefs. Family Diplomacy will help you determine whether an action for support unconnected with dissolution of marriage is right for you.
SUPPORT AND THE COLLABORATIVE FAMILY LAW PROCESS
Are you interested in a private, healthier process which keeps your personal and financial information out of the public courtroom? Learn how the Collaborative Family Law model can be used in your support case.