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Can alimony be modified or terminated in Florida?

Yes, alimony can be modified or terminated in Florida. The first thing you need to look at is the jurisdiction of the court to make such a determination at that point. If you were awarded alimony, then the court can modify it. If you were denied alimony, then the court at that point cannot modify it, because the court lost jurisdiction of that specific issue.

If you settle with your spouse on alimony, on the duration and the amount being paid, you can go back and modify it, or agree with your ex-spouse on what the new terms are. However, if there’s a clause in the settlement agreement that states that this alimony is non-modifiable, it’s going to be hard to modify that alimony.

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