Smith Family Law Firm Blog

This blog provides brief summaries of the most recent family law appellate cases and statutes that may effect the issues our existing and prospective clients are facing. This is not an exhaustive list and do not automatically assume that if a case seems similar to your facts that the same result will be reached. We encourage individuals to secure counsel. These are very difficult issues to go through alone.

Florida Family Case Law Update: Week Of February 14, 乐福彩票安卓版苹果ios

Posted by Roy Smith on Feb 14th 乐福彩票安卓版苹果ios

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!

: 5th DCA, February 14, 乐福彩票安卓版苹果ios:

Order of trial court warned about future actions against former Husband if he continued to be in breach (including incarceration) it was not a final order and therefore not properly appealable.

Concurring opinion.  While it is generally true that a trial court is precluded from enforcing equitable distribution payment obligations via contempt, there is an exception under Fla. Fam. L. R. O. 12.570(c)(2) where a party is required to perform an act (such as signing a note and mortgage to secure equitable distribution obligations and failing to satisfy life insurance obligations).

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Roy Smith Selected To Florida Super Lawyers 2019

Posted by Roy Smith on Jun 03rd 2019

Congratulations to . This marks the 10th consecutive year Roy has been a selectee of Florida Super Lawyers. The rating system for Super Lawyers combines peer nominations, peer evaluations and independent research evaluations broken down by practice area. No more than five percent of the attorneys in Florida are selected for the Super Lawyers list each year.

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Roy Smith Named to 2018 Florida Super Lawyers

Posted by Roy Smith on Jun 20th 2018

Roy J. Smith, IV has been selected for inclusion on this year’s listing of  2018. This marks his ninth year in a row to be listed by Super Lawyers. The rating system for Super Lawyers combines peer nominations, peer evaluations and independent research evaluations broken down by practice area. No more than five percent of the attorneys in Florida are selected for the Super Lawyers list each year.

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