Can alimony be modified or terminated in Florida?
Alimony usually can be modified or terminated, depending upon the circumstances of the individuals. Now, alimony can be, by agreement of the parties, made non-modifiable. But, the courts can’t make a determination of that. Parties can agree to it, but the courts will not impose it. So, if the needs and the ability to pay change at any particular time, it can be modified. Obviously, if there’s such a thing as a supportive relationship that intercedes or becomes involved with the spouse that had the need, and that supported relationship eliminates that need, it’s always subject to termination of the alimony as well.