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DeWitt Law Legal Resources

scott A Review of New Laws Signed In by Gov. Scott

This show will give you an idea of what our Fl State Legislature has been up to during its most recent session and what our Governor has passed into law.

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Alimony has been a contentious subject in Florida for a number of years and the legislature has made several attempts to change the current alimony statute. Three years ago, Governor Scott vetoed a proposed alimony reform bill because it would apply retroactively.

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This week’s topic: A look into two cases dealing with the statute of limitations as applied to foreclosure actions.

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