Monthly Archives: October 2015

Fourth DCA Reverses Alimony Award For Lack of Supporting Factual Findings

By Robin Bresky |

Kelley v. Kelley, 4D14-756 (Fla. 4th DCA, Sept. 30, 2015). A common reversible error that trial courts make in final judgments of dissolution of marriage is the failure to make sufficient factual findings to support alimony awards. Florida law requires that a trial court awarding a party alimony make findings on a specific set… Read More »

The Fundamental Error Exception to the Preservation-of-Error Rule

By Robin Bresky |

This article was featured in the November Issue of Attorney At Law Magazine. An appeal is an opportunity for the appellate court to review an order or judgment of a lower tribunal and correct reversible errors. But “an appellate court will not consider an issue unless it was presented to the lower court. Furthermore,… Read More »

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The Fundamental Error Exception to the Preservation-of-Error Rule

By Robin Bresky |

https://attorneyatlawmagazine.com/the-fundamental-error-exception-to-the-preservation-of-error-rule