Tag Archives: final judgment

Fourth DCA: Ruling Designating Keys Father Primary Residential Parent When Child Begins School Does Not Constitute Improper Prospective Relocation Order

By Robin Bresky |

Fourth DCA: Ruling Designating Keys Father Primary Residential Parent When Child Begins School Does Not Constitute Improper Prospective Relocation Order Krift v. Obenour, Case No. 4D13-1151 (Fla. 4th DCA, November 5, 2014) The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently obtained a decision in our client’s favor in the Fourth DCA in a case regarding… Read More »

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Reversal of Order That Landlord Return “Advance Rent” Following Proper Termination of Tenant’s Lease

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Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Reversal of Order That Landlord Return “Advance Rent” Following Proper Termination of Tenant’s Lease Atlantis Estate Acquisitions, Inc. v. DePierro, 4D11-295 The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently obtained reversal of a final judgment following trial, which ordered a landlord of residential property to return a large sum… Read More »

Jonathan Mann of Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Reversal in Fifth District Court of Appeal of Final Judgment Modifying Timesharing Entered After Judge Disqualified Himself

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Jonathan Mann of Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Reversal in Fifth District Court of Appeal of Final Judgment Modifying Timesharing Entered After Judge Disqualified Himself Parnell v. Parnell, 5D12-785 Jonathan Mann of the Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently obtained reversal, in the Fifth District Court of Appeal, of a final judgment of… Read More »

Firm Obtains Reversal of Temporary Attorney’s Fees Award in Modification of Alimony Proceedings

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Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Reversal of Temporary Attorney’s Fees Award in Modification of Alimony Proceedings Giorlando v. Giorlando, 4D12-1220 The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently won reversal of a trial court’s award of temporary attorney’s fees and costs in a petition for modification of alimony. The parties’ marriage was previously dissolved… Read More »

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Reversal of Order Denying Wife’s Attorney’s Fees and Attributing Wife Depleted Marital Assets

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Goldstein v. Goldstein Case No. 4D10-3081 We represented a former wife in an appeal from an amended final judgment of dissolution of marriage. The trial court had denied our client her attorney’s fees and costs without making any findings as to our client’s need and the former husband’s ability to pay. Additionally, in the… Read More »

Fourth DCA Reverses Order of Contempt

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Parris v. Silveira and Parris Case No. 4D11-3006 Angelica Parris gave birth to a child while married to Joseph Parris. Angelica later filed for divorce, representing in her petition for dissolution that there were no minor children of the marriage. The trial court entered a final judgment of dissolution of marriage. Silveira later filed… Read More »

A Legitimate Stranger: Fourth DCA Holds Non-Party Had Standing to Attack Fraudulently Obtained Judgment

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Davis v. M&M Aircraft Acquisitions, Inc. Case No. 4D11-706 The Fourth District Court of Appeal (“DCA”) reviewed a trial court order denying a non-party’s motion to vacate a final judgment. Robert Davis owned 40% of Aerovision, LLC, and Daniel McCue owned 60%. McCue sold his interest in Aerovision to M&M Aircraft. Davis then sought… Read More »

Finding of Contempt for Failure to Pay Medical Expenses Improper Where Good Faith Dispute Existed as to Whether Procedure Was Reasonable and Necessary

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Lustgarten v. Lustgarten, 4D09-4404 June 22, 2011 The parties entered into a settlement agreement that required the former husband, who is a physician, to pay former wife’s Medicare insurance premiums and medical expenses not covered by Medicare. Former wife later brought a motion for contempt, alleging that the former husband refused to pay for… Read More »

Entitlement to Attorneys’ Fees Awarded Following Grant of Motion to Dismiss

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Florida Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.400(b) states: A motion for attorneys’ fees may be served not later than the time for service of the reply brief and shall state the grounds on which recovery is sought. The assessment of attorneys’ fees may be remanded to the lower tribunal. If attorney’s fees are assessed by… Read More »