Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Fourth District Court of Appeal Rejects Conversion Claim

The Fourth District Court of Appeal ruled today in MacLeod v. MacLeod, and reversed the lower court’s determination as to the disposition of a certain parcel of real property.  In short, the Court ruled that residing in and making improvements to a non-marital home does not “convert” it to being marital property.  The Court did leave open, however, the issue of the value of any marital appreciation value caused by expenditure of marital funds on the property, to be determined on remand.

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