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By: Donald J. Lunny Ch. 2017-149, Laws of Florida, became effective July 1, 2017 and seemingly relates to the subject of construction. In Section 3 of the new legislation, which applies to property located [...]
By: David A. Riggs According to the Florida Supreme Court in a 2000 case called Mallard v. Mallard, alimony is not intended to provide for the accumulation of capital (i.e., savings) by the alimony [...]
Brinkley Morgan family law attorney Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter is featured on “Legal News & Review (LNR),” discussing the potential impacts of Senate Bill 590, the benefits of collaborative law, and bitcoins in divorce cases. [...]
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 [...]