Written by attorney Thomas Patrick Gill Jr. | Mar 21, 2017

When does alimony stop in Florida?

Alimony can stop in Florida by agreement of the parties at any time. Alimony also stops when the alimony obligation is fulfilled. For instance, durational alimony, when the duration ends so does the alimony. Alimony in a permanent periodic situation generally ends upon the death, remarriage of a party receiving alimony, or upon them entering into a supportive relationship as defined by the Florida statutes.

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