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By: Jonathan Z. Schiller Most forms of alimony terminate upon the remarriage of the recipient, such as bridge-the-gap, durational, and permanent alimony. See 61.16(5), (7) & (8), Fla. Stat. (2016). However, there is no [...]
By: Ronald L. Siegel Most Floridians are familiar with the tax benefits of Florida’s homestead laws. If a Florida home is a person’s primary residence, he or she is entitled to a $50,000 exemption from [...]
By: Quentin Morgan In this blog post, Quentin Morgan, an attorney with Brinkley Morgan's local government law and relations practice, informs readers about how state emergency management laws affect building permits and development orders. [...]
By: George J. Taylor This article will discuss the concept of a trust protector, whether the trust protector is a fiduciary, powers that may be granted to a trust protector, and finally, conclude by providing [...]
By: Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter Alimony reform is back again. Will it become law? The current bill has terms that are substantially similar to the bill the Governor vetoed in 2016 because of the presumption of [...]