Finances are often one of the top things people may think or worry about during a divorce. If you earned a lower wage than your spouse, or were not working during the marriage, you may be eligible to receive alimony, also known as spousal support.
Although we often talk about specific cases of divorce, it's also important to discuss the actual laws behind the process. One issue that Florida residents are often curious about is alimony (or spousal support). Many questions may arise, such as "Do I have to pay it?" or "How much will I get?"
A man who is receiving alimony said it best: "If you brought value into the relationship, you should be able to take that value out of it." This has been the long-standing motto for women who give up their careers to take care of their children while the husband works. But does it work the same for men?