Sunday, April 11, 2010

Improper For Court to Reduce Child Support Without a Request or Notice

The Florida First District Court of Appeal recently stated that it was error for a Trial Court to reduce child support when there was no written request filed with the Court for such a reduction and the other party was not on notice that the issue would be tried.  Brown v. Holmes, First District Court of Appeal CASE NO. 1D09-3718, 1D09-5058 (April 9, 2010).

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