Friday, June 8, 2007

4th DCA Addresses Premarital Business, Tax Obligations

The Fourth District this week released Pereboom v. Pereboom, in which it reversed a final judgment of divorce on two grounds: First, the husband's premarital business wasn't shown to have increased in value since the marriage (and it was the Wife's burden to show it had…) so it was error to distribute it as an asset…second, it was found error to cut off tax liability at time of temporary relief where the husband continued to pay the parties' expenses for the remainder of the year…

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