Naples and Ft. Myers Family Law Attorney, Elizabeth Wolt won an award of temporary spousal support for a Wife that earned more than her husband where the husband was living in a supportive relationship. She was able to show need of the Wife and ability of the Husband to pay. See Rosa V. Rosa Collier Case No. 17-DR-1301
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