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Common Retirement Ages in Florida – And Why They Matter for Alimony

By Steve W. Marsee |

Thanks to the new divorce bill in Florida, retirement age now has a very profound effect on alimony. This means that spouses should consider their specific retirement age in order to approach alimony in the most efficient manner possible – especially if they face the prospect of paying alimony to their exes. You might… Read More »

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Common Criticisms of Florida’s New Alimony Laws

By Steve W. Marsee |

Governor DeSantis probably expected a fair amount of backlash after revamping Florida’s alimony system. The new laws clearly favor those paying alimony. And statistically speaking, these spouses are more likely to be male. Almost inevitably, the governor has faced criticisms from female-rights groups. Some even say that he is violating the rights of women…. Read More »

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Proving That You Are Entitled to Stop Paying Alimony After Retiring

By Steve W. Marsee |

Due to recent changes in Florida’s divorce laws, it is now easier to cease or reduce alimony payments when you enter retirement. Today, many spouses are taking advantage of these new laws by establishing that they have reached normal retirement age. This process may be more complicated than it appears, and it’s not simply… Read More »

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Will I Lose Alimony in Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Florida’s new alimony laws clearly favor the paying spouses, and many forms of alimony are now no longer necessary. While this has led to great optimism among paying spouses, it’s having the opposite effect on spouses who are currently receiving alimony. Many of these receiving spouses now feel a sense of fear and uncertainty… Read More »

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Florida Now Provides More Ways to End Your Alimony

By Steve W. Marsee |

A divorce can have a real financial impact on many spouses, and alimony is one of the many burdens that you may be dealing with as you approach post-divorce life. Some might argue that the entire concept of alimony is archaic, as it dates back to a time when women were literally banned from… Read More »

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Alimony Changes in Florida That You Need to Be Aware Of

By Steve W. Marsee |

Alimony in Florida is confusing enough for divorcing spouses. But with recent changes to this system in the Sunshine State, spouses today face even more challenges as they attempt to wrap their heads around alimony. This is especially true when you consider the fact that online articles that explain alimony in Florida may now… Read More »

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Florida Alimony Bill Heads To The House

By Steve W. Marsee |

For many years, Florida has been toying with the idea of overhauling its alimony system. If it moves ahead with this ambitious plan, it will become the first state to seriously change its alimony system. Many believe that this system needs to be changed across the nation, and that it harkens back to a… Read More »

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Can Inflation Affect My Alimony?

By Steve W. Marsee |

These days, conversations around America’s economy have largely revolved around one topic: Inflation. The rising cost of living is affecting many American families – including couples who are approaching divorce. In fact, financial pressures such as these often cause divorces – sparking arguments over money that spiral out of control. Whether you’re a high-net… Read More »

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Will Inheritance Affect My Alimony After A Divorce?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Receiving inheritance from your passed relatives can be an important source of financial support during difficult economic times. Economic pressures are especially great for divorced spouses, particularly if you’re raising children alone. Although you might be receiving alimony and child support, it’s still difficult to cover all your expenses and make ends meet. After… Read More »

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My Spouse Earns The Same As Me. Do I Still Need To Pay Alimony?

By Steve W. Marsee |

These days, both spouses are likely to work full-time. Gone are the days when one spouse stayed at home, raised the kids, and maintained the home. In the modern era, many spouses see this arrangement as antiquated or even misogynist. Financial pressures also force both spouses to work full-time in many cases – whether… Read More »

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