This past summer, Governor DeSantis signed a new bill into law that overhauled Florida’s alimony laws and impacts every divorcing couple. Following are the highlights of SB 1416 (2003):
The new law went into effect in on July 1, 2023. It does not retroactively impact couples whose divorces were final prior to this date. It does apply to couples who filed for divorce before this date but whose divorce had not been finalized by then.
A divorce is a complex legal proceeding that has long-term financial ramifications whether you are on the paying or receiving side of alimony. To secure the best possible outcome from your divorce, you need an experienced family law attorney, like Troy Legal, to fight for you. We are fierce negotiators, expert mediators, and cut-throat litigators who won’t rest until you receive a fair outcome for your divorce.
Troy Legal, P.A. was founded in 2009 and serves clients throughout South Florida. Troy Legal, P.A., specializes in Marital and Family Law, providing reputable legal services for prenuptial and co-habitation agreements, paternity cases, adoption matters, alimony and child support, time sharing and parenting plans, drafting of qualified domestic relations orders (qdros), mediation services, equitable distributions, collaborative law, post-judgement modification and enforcement, domestic violence cases, and dissolution of marriage or divorce. Troy Legal, P.A. is dedicated to serving clients through compassionate and aggressive representation, while upholding the highest degree of ethical standards.
Troy Legal, P.A. was founded in 2009 and serves clients throughout South Florida. Troy Legal, P.A., is dedicated to serving clients through compassionate and aggressive representation, while upholding the highest degree of ethical standards.This website is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.