Permanent alimony in Florida could end

According to this story in the Florida Times-Union:

A bill passed by the Florida Legislature and headed for the governor’s signature would make major changes to the state’s alimony laws and custody-sharing agreements, worrying family law advocates that women and children could be hurt.

If signed by Gov. Rick Scott, the law would end permanent alimony in Florida.

If signed by the Governor, we expect a flurry of activity as existing divorce agreements are appealed.

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