Wednesday, May 2, 2012

First DCA Reverses Modification Order

The First District Court of Appeal reversed yesterday in Hentze v. Denys, first affirming the lower court’s departure from its interim orders on the grounds that the Former Husband’s argument invoking the law of the case doctrine was misplaced, in that there was no appeal to have set the law of the case, and the lower court’s failure to grant interest on a judgment awarded, in that the issue was not raised in a motion for rehearing.  Merit was found, however, in the Former Husband’s arguments that the Court was required to impute income to the Former Wife, who voluntarily resigned her position, and in apparently granting child support beyond the age of nineteen.

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