The Fourth District Court ruled today in Levine v. Levine that it would be improper to charge a party with income representing the rental value of the marital home in which they live with their children…
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The Fourth District Court completed its review in Ginnell v. Pacetti, 4D09-1942 on March 3rd, releasing an opinion which can be found here. The Court was reviewing the order resulting from a four day contempt hearing regarding timesharing, and contains several interesting findings. Among other rulings, the Court distinguished that case from the Perlow decision despite the lower tribunal's use of a portion of counsel's proposed Order, and approved a modification of a parenting plan as a result of a contempt finding and the discretion granted by Florida Statute §61.13(4)(c)(6).
The Florida Supreme Court, in an opinion released March 4th, has now approved a new Income Deduction Order for immediate use state-wide, along with a Notice to Payor and Notice of Filing Return Receipt that accompany that form. The full opinion text can be found here.