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Groundbreaking Alimony Legislation in Colorado

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For the first time, Colorado has a clear formula for the calculation of alimony. The new legislation, House Bill 13-1058, goes into effect January of 2014.  Governor John Hickenlooper signed it on May 10, 2013.
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How Did Rich Connecticut Morph Into One Of America's Worst Performing Economies?

The following article was forwarded to us by Senator John McKinney from FORBES.
We found it particulary interesting to read a familiar theme:
"Connecticut probate corruption has been going on for a long time, because judges and lawyers aggressively resist attempted reforms.”


Success in Reforming Connecticut Alimony!

Public Act No. 13-213

Bill with major changes in Florida alimony laws goes to governor Logo

A bill passed by the Florida Legislature and headed for the governor’s signature would make big changes to the state’s alimony laws and custody-sharing agreements




Alimony Reform Proposal Proves To Be Controversial

Careful review needed prior to alimony reform

Integrity demands N.J. end charade

Family court needs new start

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NORM PATTIS: Family court needs new start  Published: Wednesday, March 13, 2013


Alimony laws warrant review

Marriage may end in divorce, but sometimes alimony lasts from the time the judge orders it all the way to the grave.As such, it is essential that the laws regulating alimony be fair and that they be kept current to reflect present-day realities. (read more)



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