Thursday, July 8, 2010

Third District Rejects Claim of Imputation

The Third District Court of Appeal issued its ruling yesterday in Boyd v. Alonso-Boyd, reversing in part and affirming in part an Order below approving the report of a General Magistrate. The Husband succeeded on appeal in his claim that, due to timely objection to the Magistrate hearing the issue of temporary attorneys' fees, the report lacked authority to rule on that claim. However, the opinion rejected the Husband's argument that imputation of income to him was unsupported by findings in the order, on the ground that the order specified no imputation, but rather relied on the Husband's own testimony.

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