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Recent Posts in Alimony Category

Attorney Real Featured in Tampa Channel 10 News Segment

Attorney Catherine W. Real was recently featured in a Tampa Channel 10 News segment regarding a pending bill that could bring big changes to the way alimony and child custody are determined for ...
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Florida Alimony FAQ

At first glance, alimony can be a highly confusing topic. When considering all of the legal speak and rules that are associated with determining who pays what and how much is to be paid, this aspect ...
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Permanent Alimony in Florida

Are you going through a divorce in Florida State? Do you make considerably more money than your spouse? Is it possible that your spouse actually has no employment and thus zero income of their own? If ...
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Beware of Non-Modifiable Alimony Agreements

Can My Spouse Spend the Alimony on Anything They Want? Florida is known as a state to have a wide range of options and relatively progressive approach to divorce laws. However, one distinct element in ...
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What Type of Alimony Could I Be Eligible to Receive?

If you are planning on filing for divorce, you may be wondering about alimony and what type of alimony you could be eligible to receive. There are three different types of alimony which can be awarded ...
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Number of Stay-at-Home Mothers is on the Rise

For the last three decades, there has been a long-term decline in the number of stay-at home mothers. Yet that trend seems to be experiencing a reversal. In 2012, there were roughly 10.4 million ...
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Organizations Supporting The Elimination of Permanent Alimony In Florida

Clearly, the most organized group advocating the elimination of permanent alimony last year (2013) was Family Alimony Reform (see here ). This site provides most of the information one would need ...
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No More Permanent Alimony in Florida?

The traditional idea that post-divorce alimony payments should last “until death do us part” may be on its deathbed (Washington Post). Four other states have already abolished permanent ...
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