Thursday, February 7, 2013

Fourth District Court Reverses for Failure to Address Holiday Timesharing

The Fourth District Court issued a ruling yesterday in Moforis v. Moforis, in so doing again reversing a Final Judgment yesterday due to the trial court’s failure to address holiday or vacation timesharing in that decree, as they previously had in Todd v. Guillaume-Todd.  In that case, the Court ruled, even in the absence of a transcript of the pertinent hearing, that the lower court’s failure, where visitation is ordered, to permit holiday timesharing contradicts such a routine practice as to be error.  The same case also addressed, and rejected, provisions for the forfeiture of timesharing after a certain period of lateness.

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