Friday, March 2, 2012

Second DCA Reverses Final Judgment

The Second District Court reversed this week in Gulledge v. Gulledge, on several grounds.  First, the lower tribunal’s failure to include a deadline for refinancing or sale of the marital home ordered in the final judgment was found to be error.  Next, for denying alimony to the husband after a thirty plus year marriage with only a finding that he had no need, and without specific income findings, the Second District found that nominal alimony of at least a dollar a year should have been ordered.  And, finally, as the lower court evidently failed to address the husband’s properly plead fee request, remand was required for reconsideration of that issue.

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