Not every Florida divorce will result in an award of alimony. Alimony is generally only ordered when one of the parties to a divorcing couple is financially unable to provide for their own needs following the end of their marriage. As previously discussed on this blog, alimony can take on different forms depending upon the needs of the receiving party and the capacity of the paying party to support them.
In the end, a high asset divorce has the same result as a regular divorce: two individuals end their legal relationship and make important decisions about how they will share their wealth, children and property. To this end, Tampa residents may not see the need to work with high asset divorce attorneys when they choose to bring their marriages to their ends.
Divorce can be a challenging and stressful process. However, if you are preparing for divorce, there are some actions you can take to help get yourself organized. Getting organized early can help make some parts of the process easier, ease some of the stress later on and can even help improve the outcome in some instances.