Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Fourth District Affirms Modification of Timesharing

The Fourth District Court of Appeal ruled today in Tullier v. Tullier, affirming the lower court’s modification of timesharing for the Former Husband from supervised to unsupervised.  The Former Wife appealed on the basis that there was not competent, substantial evidence supporting the modification.  The Court disagreed, on the basis that two experts testified that the Former Husband was addressing his past issues, and other testimony was offered.  Judge Warner dissented on the ground that the showing was not sufficient to meet the extraordinary burden standard.

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