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The exact amount varies based on these factors as enumerated by Florida law. You're marriage is deemed a "long-term" marriage and the court will consider:
a) The standard of living enjoyed by the couple;
b) The duration of the marriage;
c) Age and physical and mental condition of the parties;
d) The financial resources of each party;
e) Earning capacity, as well as education, skills and employability of the parties;
f) Contributions by the parties to the marriage;
g) Any other factors the court determines are relevant to an equitable alimony arrangement.
Since your marriage is long term, you don't work because you raised the kids, and she makes so much, you will probably be entitled to Permanent alimony. The amount of which would be basically enough to allow you to live and enjoy a similar lifestyle as to that you enjoyed during the marriage.
would ssi chang that
SSI would be considered under (f) that I mentioned above, yes.
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