Established that separate maintenance cannot be filed in same action as a divorce
We argued that courts must make specific findings when making a deviation of child support
In a similar case, we were successful in showing that courts must make specific findings when making a deviation of child support
A spouse must make a clear waiver of a year’s support and must knowingly make that waiver. We showed that the post-nuptial agreement did not have a clear waiver.
A military retirement based on disability is not divisible in a divorce. The wife was awarded alimony successfully.
This was the only family law petition granted by the Georgia Supreme Court in 2018. We successfully argued that jurisdiction in child custody matters is established at the time of filing. Husband is now able to file for custody of his children. Ms. Fortier is awaiting a ruling from the Georgia Court of Supreme Court’s direction.
This is our first case in Florida and we successfully defended against appeal when husband objected to alimony and child support findings in a divorce.