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Divorce Judgment Needs To Make Specific Findings In Support Of Alimony

October 6, 2015 by  
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In Kelley v. Kelley, the Fourth District Court of Appeals held that the trial court should have listed the factors that it had considered and made specific findings of fact in support of its durational alimony award.  While the trial court had stated in its judgment that it had considered “all of the following in awarding alimony request, per FS 61.08” it had not listed the factors it had considered or set forth specific findings of fact to support them.  The Fourth District Court of Appeals reversed the award and gave the trial court the opportunity to list the factors it had considered and make the appropriate findings based on the evidence of record.

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