Do I Qualify for Rehabilitative Alimony?
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Alimony can be ordered for several different reasons in a divorce agreement, but
is primarily awarded to cover living expenses for a previously dependent
spouse for a certain length of time. Rehabilitative alimony is meant to
provide funds for education or obtaining training to help a dependent
spouse acquire a job. If you think that you may qualify for rehabilitative
alimony and would like to learn more, be sure to reach out to our Jacksonville
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How does rehabilitative alimony work?
Rehabilitative alimony is utilized by courts to provide a spouse with financial
support for a limited time while they increase their earning capacity.
To obtain rehabilitative alimony, the spouse seeking it needs to show
the court evidence of a valid rehabilitative plan.
Rehabilitative alimony is changeable after it is ordered and can be modified if:
- Either party breaks the rehabilitation plan
- When the plan is completed
- Death of the party receiving the alimony
If a modification is needed, you should file a motion to modify the alimony
and obtain a court order it has been modified or ended. If a spouse fails
to pay the court ordered alimony, a receiving spouse may need to take
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Courts respond positively to a well thought out and solid rehabilitation
plan, which is why having a seasoned attorney help you craft one can be
extremely valuable. A plan should specify how the individual will pursue
a degree or proficiency in a skill area on their way to becoming financially
If you are looking to obtain rehabilitative alimony, you should contact
a Jacksonville divorce lawyer to discuss your plan and determine the next
Call Hutchinson Law today or fill out an online case evaluation form to get started!