Modification of Alimony Part 6 of 7 | Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples

Prospective Modification

  • In Pombrio v. Pombrio, 29 So.3d 1208 (Fla. 1st DCA 2010), the trial court prospectively determined that the appellant’s alimony award would cease once she began receiving her share of appellee’s retirement benefit. This prospective modification was an abuse of discretion because the retirement benefit was awarded to appellant as part of her equitable distribution.

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