Monthly Archives: February 2012

Everyone Gets Their Day in Court: Fourth DCA Reverses Civil Contempt Order For Failure To Hold Evidentiary Hearing

By Robin Bresky |

Leo v. Leo Case No. 4D10-5127 In this family law appeal, appellant, Former Wife, appealed an order finding her in civil contempt. This appeal stemmed from a final judgment of dissolution of marriage between the appellant and the appellee, Former Husband. Subsequent to entry of the final judgment, Former Husband filed a motion for… Read More »

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Remand For Former Wife to Pursue Past-Due Alimony

By Robin Bresky |

Drdek v. Drdek, Case No. 4D10-3082 We represented a former wife who originally filed a motion for contempt shortly after the parties divorced, due to the former husband’s non-payment of alimony despite his recent receipt of significant income from social security. The trial court adopted the magistrate’s recommendation to deny former wife’s motion because… Read More »

Mission Impossible: Fourth DCA Grants Petition For Writ of Certiorari Where Circuit Court Dismissed Appeal For Failure to Comply With Order

By Robin Bresky |

United Automobile Ins. Co. v. Millennium Radiology, LLC Case No: 4D11-3248 United Automobile Insurance Company (“United”) appealed a county court order to the circuit court sitting in its appellate capacity. The circuit court panel believed that the order was not appealable as originally rendered, and issued an order to United to show cause why… Read More »