can the person who abandoned a marriage claim back alimony from 9 years while they were in and out of jail for drug use, I am wanting to get a legal divorce from my wife who left and went out on streets doing drugs, she is saying now 9 years after she left and I have had no dealings with her that she will not sign papers because she is due permanent and back alimony.... we are in FL. and were technically married 28 years not living together for almost 11 years
Should a landlord seek separate judgments for possession and compensation when a court date has been set? Why? If not, how does the landlord calculate holdover damages when the date of physical eviction is not know?
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