Alimony reform group parts way with ‘fugitive’ Terry Power

power, terry - in red shirt
And it’s about time.

Calling recent Facebook posts by the Florida Family Law Reform PAC boneheaded would be charitable, at best.

However, one major move by the group should help restore some semblance of credibility.

Terry Power, the group’s fugitive figurehead and donut boy, has reportedly been given the boot.

And it’s about time.

After all, the alimony reformers do have a few valid arguments. Florida is indeed the largest of just seven states that still have permanent alimony laws on the books.

Earlier this month, SB 1596, filed by Sen. Gayle Harrell, and HB 1325, filed by Rep. Brad Drake, began their journey through the 2019 Legislative Session. (For the record, I haven’t taken a position on the legislation.)

However, Power — a failed Florida House candidate — ensured alimony reformers got a bad rap in the press and in the minds of legislators whose votes they need in order to have a prayer of getting a bill passed.

The good news is the Florida Family Law Reform PAC has finally realized that Power is no good for their mission, and in fact has hindered their work AND kept any meaningful reform from making it through the Legislature during at least two separate previous attempts.

Now, after jeopardizing a third bite at the apple, sources close to our team informed us that the alimony reformers have had enough of the former PAC Chairman — a title he dropped when he decided to run for House District 64 in late 2017.

Their decision to give Power the boot should not come as a surprise, since he has been a fugitive from justice for months.

His current status stems from his long and arduous divorce from his ex-wife, Murielle Fournier. If it sounds familiar, that’s because it was the subject of a series of articles published by one of the Tampa Bay Times’ most recognized journalists.

Their case was reopened last June after Power filed paperwork to run in the GOP primary against state Rep. Jamie Grant.

After mediation failed, Power refused to pay his ex-wife any further alimony. The judge presiding over the case, unsurprisingly, issued a contempt order.

Power has been on the lam since. Alimony reformers would be wise to leave him in the past, regroup, and redefine their mission.

Kudos to the Florida Family Law Reform PAC for leaving the bespectacled retirement consultant in the dust. Maybe now folks can focus on the alimony debate rather than the circus that is Terry Power.

Let’s just hope jettisoning him means they get their Facebook page under control, too. Seriously.

Peter Schorsch

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  • Not buying it

    March 21, 2019 at 9:28 pm

    Terry Power is not the only problem child in this group. Remember they bullied me and my child and I have screenshots of it all.

    • Rita

      March 22, 2019 at 10:40 am

      You bullied your own daughter into a boy yet refused to use the proper pronoun when you refer to him as a her….stop before you hurt you’re last child. Google you’re own name and see who bullies every person you come into contact.

      • Jennifer

        March 22, 2019 at 9:38 pm

        Rita you might want to stop using the politics of the Dec in order to make hateful comments. You don’t bully someone into being a boy. Also taking something like that which is private and using it in order to shame someone is pretty low. You know very little about these issues, you do not realize that when opponents spoke out the last time alimony reform popped up, those who were for it got the information on opponents using Florida’s sunshine laws in order to harass speakers. Several people backed down due to the actions of this group and their members. Just because you are angry with me or other members of the Dec, you really should not be taking that anger to make statements of which you know nothing. I don’t have to defend anything to you. Again you know nothing.

  • Tim Shepard

    March 21, 2019 at 11:32 pm

    Incredibly biased and ignorant article.

  • The truth

    March 22, 2019 at 10:28 am

    I’m beginning to think this writer is smitten with Mr Powers…

  • Rita

    March 22, 2019 at 10:40 am

    You bullied your own daughter into a boy yet refused to use the proper pronoun when you refer to him as a her….stop before you hurt you’re last child. Google you’re own name and see who bullies every person you come into contact.

    • Jennifer

      March 22, 2019 at 11:33 pm

      Just stop Rita. I know who you are also. And you have taught both myself andy daughter to be a little more cautious about who we let in our circle. You are a sad woman.

      • Knows the truth

        March 23, 2019 at 8:13 am

        Jennifer… You are the common denominator. Everyone else is a bully but you. Everyone else is a narcissist but you. Everyone else is a gaslighter but you. Everyone else is a projectionist but you. Hmmmn… Ok.
        The real answer is that everyone else is credible but you.

        • Tired of this crap

          March 24, 2019 at 12:49 am

          Becky, you too should stop.

          • The truth

            March 24, 2019 at 1:21 am

            You’ve stolen so much money, from you’re family. You let 3 children die under your care, those babies deserved so much more.You live with that, forever. I’ll never stop! Stacey and Larry burnt to death alive, hope you get the same in hell. Keep drinking we know you do!

          • Jennifer

            March 24, 2019 at 3:33 am

            Just wow ‘The Truth’. You must not know much. For just a split second I thought you might be one of my misguided family members. Maybe you are. But either way, you know nothing. Hey everyone, I have a stalker who is too afraid to show their true identity and then they are spreading lies on top of it. Heck it might even be JW. You know all this how? You know I still drink, how? Ask any of the people who know me in real life. They will all tell you. This is actually quite funny.

      • Rita

        March 23, 2019 at 7:25 pm

        You forget I know you and so do my friends, your trailer stinks from your animals, dirty laundry everywhere, cardboard boxes everywhere. All you do is play the victim, you’re a bully, you’re nasty woman not in the good sense, you smoke at the expense of your child. You’re not welcome to meetings because you act like a racist covering up for people like you. We all got your number. You screenshot and think that any one cares about that…no we don’t. I’m not afraid of bullies. Good mother, hardly, good friend nope, good at helping with any cause nope. Your reputation online speaks for you.

        • Tired of this crap

          March 24, 2019 at 12:48 am

          And Rita Harris, your does as well. We shall see in 23 days.

        • Jennifer

          March 24, 2019 at 12:51 am

          You do realize that you are defending the actions of a documented hate group, right Rita?

  • Time to do it right

    March 22, 2019 at 2:19 pm

    Florida Family Law Reform is not the right group to even submit such a bill. A group of individuals should be hand picked by our Governor, from social workers, insurance underwriters, psychologists, estate planners, that are not in the alimony game, to take a fresh and honest look at what needs to be changed and how best to implement it without hurting anymore people financially and psychologically from these years of total disrespectful, misogynistic banter and threats. The state of Florida is looking like a “ circus” to the rest of the states. Start over, with solid studies and do it right so it’s as fair as possible to all parties.

    • Stacey McCartney

      March 22, 2019 at 4:53 pm

      And they ditched the 50/50 parenting section of the bill because they never cared about the people in the custody part they just wanted their money and support. Absolutely selfish and dishonest!!! None of this reform can happen without social impact studies.

  • Alan Frisher

    March 23, 2019 at 6:39 am

    The unfortunate part is that the “donut” narcissist who is Terry Power will always lurk in the shadows forever convincing naive alimony payers that he is their last hope when in fact, all he did was manipulate them into making donations with empty promises for reform. After all the hype, all the misguided efforts, and all the money wasted, their alimony reform bill never saw the light of day at even one committee stop. There are many reasons for the bill dying on the vine. I can site the addition of retroactivity to the bill, which was denied to alimony reformers in the past, as was the child sharing component of the thoughtless draft. I can site the fact that the selfish and uninformed leaders of the so called PAC never connected with legislative leadership or leadership with the Family Section of the Florida Bar to negotiate any sort of compromise or even discussion about possibilities. The strategy of the PAC leadership was to feed on the emotional frustration of alimony payers by taking a shotgun approach and by putting as many unrealistic expectations for reform into the bill as possible. Making empty promises are what narcissists do best. Unfortunately, those promises are exactly what people want to hear and believe. But the main reason for the failed bill was the lack of credibility and professionalism of the people running the organization. To say the crazies were in charge of the asylum would be an understatement. That is not to say that everyone involved with the PAC is out of their mind. But not to learn and build upon from many years of prior success is just foolish. Prior bills passed every legislative committee to get to the final stop of the Governors signature. Why not build upon that success? Why not get something instead of nothing? Nah, let’s instead lie outright to our membership about all that prior success, convince them that past legislative efforts were wrong, and instead draft a new, exciting bill with all the stuff alimony payers want, but with zero chance of getting through the legislative process. That is certainly rational thinking indeed. Alimony reform in Florida could now be set back years due to such nonsensical actions. The pity of it all is that the PAC members have no one to blame but themselves for trusting false leadership and ultimately being dupped by a fugitive who has left them holding the proverbial bag. Terry Power should return to Florida to face his “loyal” membership. But alas, snakes in the grass often just slither away without reprise or detection. The need for Alimony reform in Florida is real. Hopefully credible leaders will step foreword and pick up some of the usable broken pieces left by this sad reform group to, once again, allow alimony reform to be a worthwhile topic of discussion and positive votes within the Florida Legislature.

    • John Waldorf

      March 23, 2019 at 1:31 pm

      Frisher…the good fight has been fought and will be fought again. As we all recall your efforts were useless. Those in glass houses…..

      • Alan Frisher

        March 23, 2019 at 3:28 pm

        John, your comment reeks of self pity. The truth often hurts and I am sorry you were taken advantage of by the current reform group. Evidently you believed in the rhetoric and lies told to you by the current leadership. How much money did you contribute for their wonderful results? Maybe you’ll step up to a leadership role next legislative session instead of just making denigrating remarks. Now who’s useless?

        • Jennifer

          March 23, 2019 at 7:00 pm

          He gave 500 bucks.

          • The truth

            March 23, 2019 at 7:36 pm

            Who cares if he gave a million dollars its his money to do what he wants to do with it. Ask how much it cost to write this article this is a pay to play writer? Nobody answers to you or anyone else on what donors do with their money. To much time on your hands. This is why we need new Alimony Reform laws….let people have end dates and get away from people like you. What business is it of your, none! I hope the PAC can raise huge money and change the laws. I personally thank you for your donation.

          • Jennifer

            March 24, 2019 at 3:37 am

            Wow. ‘The Truth’ defends a known hate group? SPLC has written numerous articles about men’s rights groups, fathers rights groups. Just because they have a small percentage of female members does not distract from the fact that the pac is indeed a men’s rights group

          • Jennifer

            March 24, 2019 at 3:52 am

            Well after reading through the comments it is very apparent to me who ‘The Truth’ is. Jessie you truly need to stop as well. And even though Becky was a bully to me also I do owe her an apology for thinking it was her. If all the comments on this article from ‘The Truth’ are all from the same person then I know exactly who it is.

          • Jennifer

            March 24, 2019 at 5:15 am

            ‘The Truth’? If you are going to talk about dead children you should at least do them the honor of spelling their names right. It was Stacie, not Stacey; and actually it was Anastasia. If you are so smart why don’t you tell me why I picked that name? Or do you even know her middle name? Or why I picked that middle name? I thought so.

            This is what online bullies do.

    • Free The Slaves

      March 25, 2019 at 11:41 am

      Alan Frisher you were ousted out of family law reform. Have you forgotten that you paid yourself a generous $2000 per month salary out of the donations from lifetime alimony payers. You’re a bitter person who failed in reform. You won’t ever be be trusted by us all ever again. Please go back to your day job or find yourself a sugar momma to carry you.

      • Alan Frisher

        March 26, 2019 at 10:23 pm

        Whoever ‘Free the Slaves” is, doesn’t remember the 4-5 years of initial alimony reform involvement of laying foundation, making contacts, and learning the system without ever earning a dime. This alias of a disgusting human has the gall to criticize without knowledge. The monthly amount that was paid to me was Board approved because of the all of the time/effort that was utilized for reform and taken from my personal life, and only after doing it for 5 years prior without earning a cent. I wonder how often you have worked long hours, sacrificing family and other business without getting paid? How long could you last doing that type of work if you weren’t independently wealthy. If you figured out what 2k per month amounted to for the hours worked, you’d be ashamed you even mentioned it. But it helped me pay some bills, and I will never apologize for asking for it, or getting it. The current leaders are so proud of saying that they weren’t paid anything for their efforts. I’m happy for them. Instead they gave away all of the money contributed by heard working alimony payers without getting any results whatsoever. It was all for nothing. ZERO results from leadership (HA Ha) who fled the State. Their empty promise of a bill never made it past one committee stop in 2019. Money well worth spent indeed. I think the bitterness is coming from whoever Free the Slaves is, as he/she too was hoodwinked by false leadership and empty promises. And again, If whoever Free the Slaves is could do better than I did in the past….go for it. I welcome the effort. But you won’t, because you can’t afford to take time away from your job, or your family, or your critical nature. Life sure sucks for you!!

        • John Stanley

          March 27, 2019 at 8:43 pm

          Alan are you describing the hard work stay at home mothers put in without getting paid a dime, no retirement, no overtime? You want to get paid for work you deem necessary and stay at home mothers should also be paid for their hard work if their marriage fails. You just proved how much these alimony reform bills need to go away. You just proved the need for alimony in one post. And the PAC with Terry Power is a nightmare. Terrorizing ex spouses and fleeing jurisdictions just to avoid their responsibilities. Florida laws already allow for modifications and the men who say their modifications were denied….I bet the Judge had ample reason for it. Posting articles about how to hide assets and how to evade court orders is despicable. I am glad the bill died and I the only Alimony Reform I will ever back is for new marriages only so both partners can make informed decisions on education, careers, childcare, ect. Everyone knows this is the only way to make things right on both sides.

        • PAC Life LOL

          March 28, 2019 at 7:55 pm

          The usual pattern with this group, infighting and reorganization. Pathetic!

        • Free The Slaves

          March 29, 2019 at 5:53 am

          There you go again Alan, it’s all about you isn’t it. Book sales not going so well? Need some strokes huh? Nobody cares and you’ve been ignored and shunned by all reformers.
          You can manipulate the reality to suit yourself–the fact remains that you were ousted and you paid yourself a $2000/month salary. Rationalize as much as you want–nobody is believing you and your tall tales. Go away and stay away from those of us all working on reform for FREE and don’t expect any accolades, medals, or money for our work. You, Alan Frisher aren’t a mensch. Don’t know what that is–a man of integrity and honor–definitely not you.

          • Alan Frisher

            March 29, 2019 at 9:50 am

            That coming from an alias. Remain in the shadows with your lies and corruption. I’m still here and still respected by many alimony reform folk, Reps and Senators. Credibility and integrity go a long way to get a bill through the legislative process. How far did the latest bill get? Oh yeah, it didn’t, especially with all the empty promises made by false leadership. Your words, like your accomplishments, are useless. Keep on patting yourself on the back for your futility, whoever, whatever you are. Gotta love people who just complain without ever trying to correct what they complain about. That is certainly showing your worth. I guess you will always remain bitter and useless. There will always be destructive people like you in our society. The cream always rises to the top. You, I’m happy to say, will continue to sink.

          • PAC Life LOL

            March 29, 2019 at 2:28 pm

            Why is everyone acting like they don’t know “Free the Slaves” is Terry. Look at his previous obloviating through other forums it’s all the same. Pop some popcorn and keep watching this ridiculous group go at each other. Is it any wonder why they haven’t accomplished anything positive in all these years, smh

          • Free The Slaves

            March 30, 2019 at 6:06 pm

            Alan Frisher, you certainly did milk all the members of the various family law reform groups. You must have gained all that experience when posing for Halloween (?) photos advertising your mammary exams? All the legislators must’ve been really impressed with those photos of you. And how can anyone forget the day Senator Benaquisto admonished you for your describing alimony recipients as riding the alimony gravy train? Indeed, you were talked about in Tallahassee with your buddy Workman who made a hasty retreat out of politics due to his bad judgment. Tell me who your friends are and I can tell what kind of person you are. Truly, we’re talking about you’re more curdled milk and certainly not cream aren’t we! Try to muster some dignity and just go away without demonstrating further how truly inept and foolish you really are. Alimony reformers in Florida have zero use for you.

  • John Waldorf

    March 23, 2019 at 1:27 pm

    The aurthor is a bozo and knows nothing and Is clearly in the pockets of the fl bar association …

  • Chuck

    March 23, 2019 at 1:53 pm

    One thing most of us can agree on is the damage done to Florida’s families and workers with current Florida Family Law. Workers are penalized, non-workers are rewarded and children are caught in the middle. Regrettably, changing the law is like eating an elephant…one bite at a time. Otherwise you choke and die, like this year’s chance at meaningful alimony reform. Finding the right formula for success may require smaller bites, no matter how much that stinks. “Fair” is not in the law’s vocabulary, but “equitable” is. A predictable, equitable end to a failed marriage would not only save stress, tension and additional conflict, but a lot of money, which is why there is such resistance to alimony reform in the first place. Follow the money.
    Common Sense is So Uncommon!

  • Time to do it right

    March 25, 2019 at 10:54 am

    Only a very few of these comments had anything to do with the actual meaning of this article, much less about an alimony reform bill. A social impact study needs to be done. Those involved in writing a reform bill, SHOULD NOT have a dog in the fight. How can they be impartial? This said committee can listen to both sides, but the above play ground name calling, bullying, and gossip, is just a total embarrassment to both sides.

    The bill is dead this year. You all didn’t even get to pet this elephant, much less get a bite. The circus train is loaded up and moving on.

    Get an impartial group together, and a mediator, and do it as fairly as possible, if not for yourselves, but future generations, maybe like our children? If you want to be part of an historical change, first act respectfully. Honey catches a lot more bees. I think we are all tired of the venom.

    • Free The Slaves

      March 25, 2019 at 11:52 am

      Yes! Let’s waste even more time and spend money on studying how paying lifetime alimony impacts the life of the payer. Ridiculous idea. How about looking at what other states do and realize that Florida needs to abolish the antiquated laws and catch up with the rest of the states. Take a look at New Hampshire–they reformed their alimony in the last year. Research what most states do–in fact National Family Family Law including Alimony Reform is in order. Otherwise, that Plan B is starting to look quite enticing. What is it–move out of Florida to another country, another state, just disappear and stop paying anymore. It’s time for a rebellion and for all payers to rise up and not dutifully pay the lifetime alimony anymore.

      • PAC Life LOL

        March 28, 2019 at 7:59 pm

        Hey Terry, have you applied for food stamps yet in Texas? How is plan B working out for you. It must be fun hiding like a little weasel.

      • Alan frisher

        March 31, 2019 at 12:17 pm

        So after your empty promises and colossal failure to not get your bill in front of even one commitee, let alone numerous comittees, your solution is a rebellion? Sure, people will listen to you now after all you did for them. Why don’t you continue to transfer all of your assets to your girlfriend to protect yourself financially, something you admitted to me that you did way back when that I would be happy to testify in court about. I wonder what the CFP board would have to say about you? Hmm… fugitive, contempt charge….sure I’d certainly allow you to work with my retirement money—NOT!! And you’re mentioning my Halloween outfit? Ha! What a stretch or should I say stentch. Your a bad joke that needs a long rest in a Florida jail with the other thieves who break the law and who hurt good, caring people. Come back to Florida and I’d be happy to debate my success with you. Oh, you won’t do that for fear of going to jail and getting what you deserve. Just apologize to your members and crawl back into the hole you came from. You alone set back alimony reform many years. I hope you’re proud of that accomplishment. Why not take up another cause in Texas and see if you can dupe Texans into believing you. Maybe you can be a fugitive from that State as well. Hey, there are 48 other States after that! Enjoy your useless life. I, like the rest of alimony reform Floridians, am done with you.

        • Free The Slaves

          March 31, 2019 at 5:32 pm

          Oh such a sore loser…there you go barking up the wrong tree once again.
          Attention all Floridians–here’s the true colors of someone who wants to regain all control of family law reform. Now all can read these comments and see the true colors of a person who is delusional and wrongly believes he’s respected in the Florida legislature. Thank you for all this great evidence. Isn’t there someone else you can go after to marry in order to get free medical benefits? And other perks–that’s like them dumb with big bosoms right? Such a classy guy you are…bet they’re just lining up wanting to take care of ya and your needs. LOL!

  • Rational and Factual

    March 25, 2019 at 1:04 pm

    Remove the retroactive portion of the bill and move on. All of these disfunctional people need to step aside so we can assure we stop creating more. Get the broken process fixed. Set a formula, responsibilities of both sides and submit an equitable solution which eliminates the need for costly litigation.

  • Free The Slaves

    March 26, 2019 at 4:44 am

    Terry Power given the boot from reform? What are you–the Florida version of the National Enquirer so you make up stories as you go? What a bunch of fiction writing.

    How can you state that someone can be a “fugutive” when their address in Texas is listed in the Court Docket…and where his ex-wife’s attorney sends him mail a couple of times a week?

    What shameful pandering to the deep pockets of the opponents of alimony reform–the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar. They are the corrupt villains and criminals.

    • PAC Life LOL

      March 28, 2019 at 8:03 pm

      So Terry, are you saying that you have not been booted from the group.

      Yes, you are a fugitive. There is a warrant for your arrest and you have fled the state.

      • Alan Frisher

        March 29, 2019 at 2:10 pm

        The article written about the “Donut Boy’ who is Terry Power is essentially correct. Doughy on the outside and nothing in the middle. Ha! Pac Life LOL, you are correct. He is nothing more than a weasle, snake in the grass who made empty promises to anyone who would listen, wasted contributions from the members of his PAC, created a bill without any chance of getting through the legislative process, then fled the State and left all of his so called followers to pick up his broken peices. Contributing members of his PAC should be outraged, seek him out whereever he is in Texas, and have a bounty hunter drag his sorry ass back to Florida where he should be thrown in Jail. The truth hurts Terry. Crawl back into your hole. I’m sure you’ll sleep well knowing you duped so many people who wanted to beleive reform was possible under your (ahem) leadership. What a waste of a human life.

  • PAC Life LOL

    March 29, 2019 at 2:32 pm

    Why is everyone acting like they don’t know “Free the Slaves” is Terry. Look at his previous obloviating through other forums it’s all the same. Pop some popcorn and keep watching this ridiculous group go at each other. Is it any wonder why they haven’t accomplished anything positive in all these years, smh

  • Time to do it right

    March 30, 2019 at 8:50 pm

    Free the slaves, Terry Power. Your choice of referring to yourself as a slave is a very undignified and wrong in so many ways, but your First Husbands page was nothing but denigrating garbage towards women on a constant basis. If you put as much effort into making an equitable agreement with a woman you once, yes loved, married and was totally supported by, who had to bury her twenty five year old during your separation, you would not be in Texas and now the laughing stock of of a group who you believed you were leading to greener pastures. Instead, its become an colossal fail in every way. Pigs get fat and hogs get slaughtered. Well my friend, bacon anyone? Those with the most skin in this game is not getting any younger. These are supposed to be the beginning of those promised golden years before our health and minds are gone. This bill has blown up many families with children, who are now adults, forced along the way to take sides. Money wins in many games, and the others, say enough and just leave. The example they have had makes none of them want to marry and so many young men have become misogynistic just like their fathers, and daughters afraid to ever marry. Can you just stop. Make right by your ex wife, be happy you have someone you love, a plane to fly and a life yet to live, before it’s too late. The stress on both sides of the table is only going to put many of us in an early grave. You can’t take it with you. All this fighting only makes attorneys a lot more busy and better golden state years than any of the haters in your group. Time to do the right thing Terry. Be a man your grandchildren would be proud of. This just has to end. There has been enough pain and down right hate. Stop. Regroup. There is a right way to form change and a wrong way. Your leadership has broken up your own family and hundreds of others. You have inflicted so much pain to people you have never even met. Visit a hospice center and look around. Life is precious and this fight and your First Husbands hate group is nothing but vile. Just stop. Then maybe you can be an example of a real man,by doing things right.

    • Alan Frisher

      March 31, 2019 at 10:23 am

      Terry Power is a snake in the grass and weasle who will never be considered a Real man. The only way to deal with a narcissist is to ignore him and move on, not try to rationalize. A narcissist’s reality centers around themselves, never for a second caring about how or what they do may adversely affects others. Terry’s uncaring actions, I’m afraid, set back alimony reform for years. His members should be outraged and hire a bounty hunter to drag him back to Florida to serve the rest of his days in a State penitentiary. He deserves nothing less. Alimony reform deserves knowledgeable, credible, leadership,

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