Legal Question in Family Law in Florida

Landay Formula

I am divorcing my husband. He has an attorney. His attorney says my 'special equity' is not the amount of money I actually put in to the marital home- it is a lesser amount because of the 'Landay Formula'. Can you tell me why my special equity is calculated on a formula, rather than the actual amount?

Asked on 6/08/02, 2:57 pm

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David Slater David P. Slater, Esq.
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Re: Landay Formula

Sorry, I never heard of it. The court will determine your interest based upon equitable distribution. How the house was paid for will certainly enter into it. Speak to your lawyer.

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Answered on 6/08/02, 6:31 pm

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