Vocational Assessments in Florida - What Do They Mean?

If you are going through a dissolution of marriage and you are wondering how much income your spouse could make, a vocational assessment is a powerful tool. A professional or "expert" in the field can evaluate your spouse's educational background, qualifications, past employment history, certifications or licenses, age, health, and other factors and make a determination that based upon these items and more that your spouse could be earning "X" per month/year.

This information is very helpful in determining how much child support or alimony is due from one party to another in a Florida divorce. We have also used vocational assessments to combat relocation actions. If your spouse is claiming the need to relocate to a certain part of the country with your children for the purposes of employment, wouldn't you like to know if he/she could be earning as much or more right here Collier or Lee County?

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