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Spousal Support & Alimony

Spousal Support & Alimony

Whether you’re filing for spousal support or seeking modifications for alimony payments, our attorneys have the skills and experience you may need to secure the resolution you deserve. With more than 30 years of collective experience and thousands of cases handled, the attorneys at Copus & Copus, P.A. may help you resolve your divorce and family law issues, no matter how simple or complex they are.

Our family attorneys have always cherished the outstanding results we achieve by giving our clients personalized attention and unique litigation strategies. Our experience at larger firms has showed us that one-on-one attention delivers the most in family law cases.

Fair and Necessary Financial Support with Alimony

Alimony is a crucial element of many divorces. In many cases, spousal support is also a point of hot dispute between spouses, and rightly so. It’s meant to maintain each client’s standard of living. In heated divorces, things could get messy, and one (or both) spouses could be left with serious financial hardship. When you work with Copus & Copus, P.A., our lawyers help you protect your rights and entitlements by fighting to ensure a fair alimony arrangement is put in place!

There are several types of spousal support, and we may help you with any of them:

  • Temporary alimony
  • Permanent alimony
  • Bridge-the-gap support
  • Rehabilitative support

Modify Your Alimony

The divorce may have come and gone, but as each spouse’s life changes, your financial situations may also change. Our family lawyers in Okaloosa County know this, and so do Florida courts. If you’re making unfair or unreasonable spousal support payments, you may request a court to modify the alimony!

Spousal support payments are modified for all kinds of reasons:

  • A spouse is no longer financially vulnerable (new job, gets a raise, etc.)
  • A spouse can no longer make adequate payments (loses job, etc.)
  • A spouse takes on new responsibilities in their life

Contact our firm today.

Alimony is a vital aspect of divorce, and just one of many elements that our divorce attorneys are prepared to handle. Don’t let your financial stability fall into jeopardy! Work with the family law team at Copus & Copus, P.A. and secure the attentive services of our family attorneys in Okaloosa County. We have handled thousands of cases for clients throughout Florida. Schedule your initial consultation today by calling us at 850-659-2230 and find out how we may help you find a positive resolution!

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  • Fort Walton Beach Office
    25 Walter Martin Road, Suite 200
    Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
    Phone: 850-609-1433
    Fax: 850-609-1503