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Huntley v. Huntley, Maryland Court of Special Appeals

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals published an(other) important reminder about counter-complaints and ad damnum clauses this month.  In Huntley v. Huntley, available here, the Plaintiff filed a Complaint asking for, among other things, a monetary award, alimony, a portion of the marital share of the Defendant’s retirement benefits, and attorney’s fees.  The Defendant filed an Read More

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How Much Alimony?

By Armin U. Kuder “How much alimony am I entitled to?”  This used to be a question only asked by economically dependent women.  It is now being asked by men who do not earn as much as their wives, and same-sex partners.  Whoever the questioner, we family law practitioners invariably give a carefully crafted, limited, Read More

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Florida Alimony Bills

Florida House Bill 231 and Senate Bill 718 are a remarkable statement in alimony policy and worthy of national attention.  Briefly, the bills create standards (in the form of presumptive caps based on percentage of income) for alimony awards.  However, the bills have been sensationalized, and careful readers are advised to review the proposed legislation Read More

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