A divorced couple is still having trouble with divvying up their assets, according to a July 5 opinion by the Florida Fourth District Court of Appeals. Normally divorces that have alot of assets take much more time to get done cost a lot more money to do. Divorces that include alot of assets need forensic accountants to analyze the true value of the community estate.
Nancy Hua filed the appeal, claiming that the lower court was not correct when it didn’t give her permanent alimony. Permanent spousal support requires an analysis of the receiving spouses condition and if it warrant support for a lifetime. Often the spouse will be ordered to go back to work at some point. And it did not correctly categorize which stocks were considered assets, required both sides to pay money they made in a rental property sale to her ex-husband’s father and dismissed her request for attorney’s fees.