NEW YORK, Nov 17- When alimony reform comes to Florida, it may be too late for Tarie MacMillan, a 65- year-old who runs a jewelry business near Tampa. Some states have already put curbs on judgments, particularly for marriages of less than 20 years, but most, like Florida, are still in progress or are constantly evolving. It has changed and shifted over the 40 years since...» Read More
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