Despite some public opposition, alimony reform moves to the Senate floor
Sen. Joe Gruters
The measure to allow courts to grant alimony to either party in the form of “temporary, bridge-the-gap, rehabilitative, or durational alimony, as is equitable,” while removing the term, “permanent in nature,” from the statutes, passed through the Senate Rules Committee April 5.
The bill, SB 1416 by Sarasota Republican Sen. Joe Gruters, passed out 15-2 and now stands ready for the Senate floor.
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