It is important to understand alimony in Florida and Florida Alimony laws when considering appealing a Judges ruling in Florida divorce case. Get educated.
The Florida judge refused to grant my request to modify alimony even though my spouse does not need it anymore. Can I appeal?
It depends. To obtain a modification of alimony you must establish a substantial, unanticipated change in circumstances that is involuntary and permanent in nature. If evidence established all of the aforesaid factors, you are more likely to have grounds to appeal.
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