Now that some of the dust has settled on the 2017 Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 (2017 Tax Act) it’s a good idea to look at two of the provisions that directly impact divorces.
Before going any further, here is my disclaimer: I am not a tax lawyer, CPA or accountant.
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Celebrity Breakups- Jennifer Garner & Ben Affleck
Last week I was reading an excerpt of an interview with Jennifer Garner, in which she of course spoke about her divorce from Ben Affleck. I consider Ms. Garner an atypical celebrity in that she doesn’t seem to go after headlines for the sake of […]Continue Reading →
The recent attempt by the Florida Legislature to amend Florida’s alimony statute (the much-touted “alimony reform”) once again proved popular; or maybe that should be controversial, depending on whether you anticipated paying or getting it. (To say nothing of changing the law on those who were already paying/receiving it).
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Thanks to the passing of this bill, we lawyers should see more work than if we had collectively taken out a State-wide ad as people who have alimony agreements in place make a fast U turn back to the courthouse, trying to get them modified or thrown out.
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Senate Bill 718, which seeks to reform alimony, is waiting for Gov. Scott to sign it. But the bill is about other things as well, including timesharing schedules with children. You can access the Bill here.
Some interesting highlights, courtesy of the Florida Bar Family Law Section:
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It looks like there were some amendments to the proposed legislation. The Bill was approved 12/2 in favor; and is now scheduled to go for a Senate vote on March 27th.
You can see the Senate history for this Bill at the alimony 2013 Senate bill history age.
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Last year the Florida Legislature did not pass legislation aimed at changing the Florida alimony statute.
This year, there are new proposals to make changes to it.
To compare what is being proposed against what we already have visit these two links:
– Current Alimony Statute, Section 61.08;
– The Florida Bar News’ […]Continue Reading →
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