Thursday, May 2, 2013

FLorida Governor Vetoes Alimony Bill

    Rick Scott has vetoed an Alimony Bill that would have cut payments to spouses. Currently a spouse can receive alimony for life if they don't remarry. The new bill would have stated that if a couple were married for ten years then Alimony would have been paid for five years. Thus pushing spouses who wanted to keep putting the screws to former spouses to go to work.
    Once again this Governor is all talk. He wanted this bill to pass but he succumb to pressure from the Florida Bar and caved in to their demands. Enjoy your time in Tallahassee Gov. Scott for your days are numbered when elections are held.