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Each spouse is entitled to 1/2 of all assets acquired during the marriage. If both spouses were retired at the time of marriage, and the pensions had been fully earned, neither would get any portion of the other spouse's retirement, but each would get half of any money in the bank or half of any items purchased with retirement funds. Florida is an equitable distribution
state - the judge will divide things fairly, which is not automatically the same as equally.
With that said, as far as on-going support goes, it typically is not awarded unless spouses are married for at least 10 years. The purpose of support is to maintain the marital standard of living, so if the spouses were living apart for most of the marriage, each paying their own bills, a judge would likely not award any support to either spouse. The judge has a lot of discretion, and an appeals court will only review the decision to see if that discretion was abused. There is no set formula.
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