John Peskind and Steven Peskind recently obtained a successful result for our client in the Second District Appellate Court.
After we first achieved a positive verdict in the trial court, the opposing party appealed the ruling. The issue before the appellate court was whether the trial court properly classified certain property as marital property, as opposed to the non-marital property of the other spouse.
In a unanimous decision by a panel of justices of the Second District Appellate Court, the court concluded that the trial court acted appropriately when it classified the property as marital property. A copy of that opinion can be viewed here.