Which States Have Palimony Laws?

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Twenty-three states have Palimony Laws. They are Alaska, Arizona, Connecitcut, Florida, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennysylviana, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming. California has the highest Palimony cases in the United States.
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Michigan residents who are seeking palimony as a legal remedy should consult with an attorney. Although Michigan law does not recognized common law marriages that originated in its
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Palimony is when you have lived with someone for many years and are no longer with them and sue for rights from the relationship. Florida does NOT have common law or palimony laws
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Common law is very rare, palimony may not exist.
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Not to be negative but I hear it is near impossible to get palimony in PA. You should get a lawyer!
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