v18 – My Spouse Left Me With Nothing – What do I Do?

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“My spouse left me. They emptied the bank accounts, they moved out. I’m out of money, I’m not working. What do I do? I’m Steve Kramer. I’m a Florida family law and divorce attorney. I see this situation all the time and this is a rough situation because it can be pretty tough to pay the bills when there’s no money. The best thing that you can do is immediately meet with an attorney and file a motion for temporary relief.

Now normally when you divorce, at the end of your divorce, the court divides up all the property, may award alimony, child support – all that stuff. But you don’t have the time or the luxury to afford waiting until that final trial. So, you get in there and you file a motion for temporary relief and you get to a court hearing for temporary relief as soon as possible. And that temporary relief is exactly that, it’s designed to do things like deal with how you pay the bills while your divorce is ongoing. Deal with alimony, while the divorce is ongoing.

Deal with child support, while the divorce is ongoing – or a parenting plan or whatever. You may be asking I’m broke, how do I afford an attorney? Well, that’s one of the other issues that get dealt with at a temporary relief hearing. Attorney’s fees for the past and attorney’s fees ongoing. But it’s important to get there as soon as possible because you’ve got to eat, you’ve got to be able to take care of the bills, you’ve got to be able to take care of the kids. Whatever you’re dealing with, you’ve got to be able to do it. I deal with these situations every day and that’s why I’m telling you this. If you have any questions, call me.

I’d love to talk. And I’m Steve Kramer. Thanks for watching.”

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