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Is there a palimony law in Florida, and if so how ...

Is there a palimony law in Florida, and if so how do you sue someone for palimony? I was in a relationship with someone for 18 years, they caused me to lose my career, everything then just left.  Is there anything I can do????????

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There is a palimony law in Florida and you can sue for it. I'd suggest checking out Florida Legal Help Center to get the exact details on how to go about suing for it. Good luck!

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