State of Florida, Department of Revenue of Behalf of Pulliam v. Watt, 681 So. 2d 800 (Fla. 2nd DCA 1996) the court indicated that special circumstances existed where the child lived with the payor father for a period of twenty-one months. The trial court’s order crediting the father for those twenty-one months was upheld.
Puglia v. Puglia, 600 So. 2d 484, 485 (Fla. 3rd DCA 1992), the non-custodial father “sought credits for weeks the child resided with him. Although the father could have sought modification of the child support order in advance, he did not do so. Having failed to do so, it is too late to seek this remedy retroactively.”
Havalu7 wrote:"So to me, unless im pleading estoppel or laches,"
OP for us boots here and others not willing to do a goggle or duckduckgo search is this case law or typos?
BartSimpson wrote:Subpoena Duces Tecum?
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