Article by Farr Law Firm Attorneys Provides Overview of “Nominal Alimony”

Charles T. Boyle and Natalie C. Lashway have an article published in The Florida Bar Family Law Section’s quarterly newsletter.

Punta Gorda, FL, July 23, 2011 --( Marital and Family Law attorneys Charles T. Boyle and Natalie C. Lashway had their article appear in the Spring 2011 edition of The Florida Bar Family Law Section Commentator. The article, entitled “Nominal Alimony: The Not-So-New Kid on the Block,” provides an outline and history on nominal alimony, a type of permanent periodic alimony which is being awarded more often due to the downturn in Florida’s economy.

As the only practicing Florida Bar Board Certified Marital and Family Law attorney in Charlotte County, Boyle has over 28 years of experience in counseling clients in all areas of matrimonial and family law, including divorce, equitable distribution, division of business interests, division of retirement assets, tax issues, child support, parenting issues, domestic violence, and pre-nuptial agreements. Boyle is a director at the firm. Lashway is an associate with the firm’s Marital and Family Law team.

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