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Alimony Lawyer in Tampa, FL

Along with the emotional, physical, and emotional stress that a divorce can bring out, it can also bring out financial stress. Many spouses, particularly those who were dependent on the income of the other spouse, worry about how bills and groceries will be paid. It's becoming more normal to see stay-at-home dads instead of stay-at-home moms. In this respect, the man should have the same rights as a woman when it comes to receiving fair and proper alimony. Unfortunately, it can be an uphill battle for men. When you find yourself in need of an experienced alimony lawyer in Tampa, FL, visit Kenny Leigh and Associates.


Aggressive Legal Representation from an Alimony Attorney

Our office is committed to seeing you get the compensation you deserve or that you are entitled to pay. Men and women are legally entitled to receive alimony, but there is a large discrepancy between the amount of women who pay alimony and the amount of men who pay alimony. We realize the injustice and our alimony attorney works hard to develop a winning strategy for your case. Over the course of your life, you've worked hard to attain the lifestyle you have. Our divorce attorney wants to make sure that you're able to continue living that lifestyle even if you have to pay or receive spousal support.

The Cost of Spousal Support

Alimony Attorney in Tampa, FL

The amount of spousal support you either receive or give varies case by case. Judges take different factors into account when determining the amount of spousal support an ex-spouse should receive following a divorce. The type of separation agreement you have greatly determines whether a judge does or does not rule in your favor of spousal support. There are several factors to consider, including:

  • Spousal Contributions
  • Earning Potential
  • Income
  • Financial Resources
  • Age and Health of Each Spouse
  • Duration of Marriage
  • Standard of Living

Men Receiving Post Separation Support

While the majority of post separation support is awarded to women, there is a growing trend in women paying spousal support. This is, in part, due to an increased number of fathers who are primary caregivers. It's also important to know that even if you are the primary breadwinner that it doesn't mean you are exempt from alimony. You have rights, too. With nearly two decades of professional experience, you can feel confident knowing your best interests are always kept in mind during the entire process.


Contact us to find out if you're entitled to spousal support. We proudly serve clients in Tampa, Florida, and the surrounding areas.