Even when permanent alimony may not be warranted, due to length of the marriage, etc., the Court always has wide discretion in making a temporary alimony award when one spouse has a need, and the other spouse has the ability to pay, during the pendency of a dissolution of marriage action. See Coviello v. Coviello, No. 4D11-3143, Fla. 4th DCA (June 13, 2012) (affirming an award of $11,536.50 permonthintemporaryalimony from a husband to a wife where the marriage had only lasted nine years).


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