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How the New Tax Bill Is Set to Change Alimony in Florida
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You probably already know that the new tax bill will create sweeping changes in a number of areas, but you might not have heard that alimony is where some of the biggest changes will occur. Here’s what you need to know about current alimony laws, the changes set to occur, and how they are likely to affect you.
 
Florida Alimony Law as It Stands
 
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How to Avoid Mistakes in Your Florida Family Law Case
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Even in the most amicable, straightforward family law cases, mistakes can easily be made that compromise one or more parties and draw out litigation. Follow this advice to sidestep common mistakes that could cost you in your Florida family law case.
 
Know the basics of family law
 
Family law usually involves significant life changes, such as planning for a wedding, adopting a child, separating, or divorcing. All… Read More [+]


How Alimony Can Affect Your Florida Taxes
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If you either pay or receive alimony in Florida, it’s important to know the rules for filing your taxes. Learn how you can actually benefit from the tax laws if you understand and follow the guidelines.
 
First let’s talk about how alimony works in general in our state.
 
Understanding the Basics of Alimony in Florida
 
After divorce or marital separation, alimony is the money paid by one… Read More [+]


Should You Expect Alimony? How It Works In Florida
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A divorce is stressful for all aspects of your life, especially when you consider how it will affect your finances. Not only is a divorce expensive on its own, but you also need to think about how you will support yourself on one income instead of two.
 
Depending on the specific circumstances of your marriage and divorce, you might be entitled to receive alimony, or you might have… Read More [+]


Alimony Reform Will Be Heard By State Lawmakers… Again
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It seems like only yesterday that Governor Rick Scott vetoed an alimony reform bill, but Florida lawmakers are once again about to debate the issue. Why? Because a new bill has appeared.
 
What exactly is in this new alimony reform bill? Let’s dive into the details.
 
SB412 and HB283 and the Recent History of Florida Alimony Reform
 
The new proposal will be filed as SB412 and HB283.… Read More [+]