Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Florida Supreme Court grants donative intent in divorce case, upholding standard of evidence

Florida Supreme Court grants donative intent in divorce case, upholding standard of evidence: TALLAHASSEE — A property dispute in a marriage dissolution case raised questions about “donative intent” and interspousal gifts.

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