Not all marriages last, but that does not mean families should go to war. At Florida Family Fairness, we support legislation that will bring families together, not tear them apart. It is time that Florida changes its antiquated system and adopts fair alimony laws that create uniform and consistent standards for judgments across the state.
As a completely volunteer run organization, we are spearheading Florida’s 2020 alimony reform movement. We have drafted a comprehensive bill, hired a top-tier lobby team and will secure legislative sponsors and seek to turn our bill into law.
It’s Time for Change
Florida is the largest of just six states that still has permanent alimony. Our permanent alimony laws require the payer to pay alimony until the ex-spouse dies or remarries.
Florida Family Fairness supports legislation that represents the modern family unit and encourages self-sufficiency for both parties.
Divorce is difficult, but it is even more difficult when there are archaic laws in place that benefit divorce attorneys and leave families as the victims.
Donors like you will make our efforts successful during the 2020 legislative session. Please consider donating today or make check donations out to: Florida Family Fairness, Inc. and mail to the address below.
1103 Hays Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Chairman - Marc Johnson
Prominent National Attorney Marc Johnson is the chairman for Florida Family Fairness. He received his B.S. degree from the University of Florida and his Juris Doctor degree from Stetson University College of Law. In 2009, Mr. Johnson co-founded the law firm of Larson Johnson, P.L. He enjoys spending time with his three children, and is actively involved in various recreational, social, and charitable clubs and organizations throughout the Tampa Bay area.
Vice Chair - Tanya Williams
Tanya Williams, DMD is the Vice Chair for Florida Family Fairness. She is a graduate of the University of Florida School of Dentistry. She served in the US Army Dental Corps as a Captain stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas where she served for two years, working closely with and training under the oral surgery residents. Following this, she returned to Florida to work for the Department of Corrections. She has obtained a mini-residency in Pediatric Dentistry and attends Dental Continuing Education courses.
Treasurer - Michel Buhler
International Business Expert Michel Buhler is the Treasurer for Florida Florida Family Fairness. Mr. Buhler received his bachelors degree from Cornell University and went on to earn his MBA from the University of Pennsylvania. He currently serves as the Corporate Development Officer at Terra Towers Corporation.
Secretary - Alan Elkins
Boca Raton Attorney Alan Elkins is the Secretary for Florida Family Fairness. He is a Florida Family Law attorney and is well known for his advocacy for Family Law Reform. Elkins is a lifelong Floridian who graduated from the University of Florida and subsequently received his Law degree from Nova University Law school. He is a partner at the law offices of Elkins & Freedman with offices in South Florida and the Orlando area.
In The News
Alimony battle lines forming for 2020 Legislative Session
The battle over alimony reform will resume during the 2020 Legislative Session, with both sides making big moves in preparation for the next round in the fight.
It’s no secret Florida Politics has criticized alimony reformers in the past for astringent and insensitive comments on social media.
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Click here to read testimonials from permanent alimony payers in Florida. These real life stories are examples of the injustice that occurs as a result of permanent alimony.
2020 Alimony Reform Bill has Been Filed
We are excited to announce that an Alimony Reform bill has been filed in the House by State Representative Alex Andrade from Pensacola. Be sure to follow House Bill 843 HERE.