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Could a prenuptial agreement hurt my interests?

Most individuals who choose to execute prenuptial agreements do so because they have compelling property or financial interests that they want to protect. In Florida, couples who wish to execute prenuptial agreements may do so and may see those documents enforced in the event that they later divorce. In some cases, they may find that the terms they agreed to prior to their marriages are no longer in their interests.

When can you stop paying alimony?

Alimony is a legal obligation that can bind two people even after their divorce has been finalized. The duration of time that an alimony obligation will last in Florida will depend upon the type of alimony that is awarded by a couple's divorce court. Some forms of alimony have built-in timeframes and when they reach their stipulated ends the paying parties are freed from their obligations. Other forms of alimony, however, do not include these provisions.

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