Scalia v ScaliaPosted March 4, 2016
Lerners acts for the Appellants in this appeal. The application judge awarded the Respondent discretion over a Florida property, support, funds in a joint bank account, and costs following her husband, Joe’s, death. The Appellant – Joe’s son and attorney for property during his life – was denied his application for disclosure of financial information from the respondent and for partition and sale of Joe’s interest in the Florida property, which he had brought in light of suspicion as to the Respondent’s use of Joe’s funds. The Appellants seek to set aside the application judge’s orders (Court of Appeal, February 12, 2015).