The Legislature’s attempt to modernize Florida’s alimony laws is a dive into turbulent waters.
Since changes could imperil some divorcees’ income and affect many attorneys’ bottom lines, any attempts at reform were bound to face opposition. But the proposal makes a touchy issue untenable by blending reasonable changes with others that are overly broad and potentially unconstitutional.
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