Dissolution of marriage — Equitable distribution — Unequal distribution — Record was clear that trial court intended unequal distribution of assets and provided reasons for the unequal distribution — However, trial court failed to identify value of marital home, how proceeds of sale of home were to be apportioned, and how proceeds from sale of parties’ rental property were to be apportioned — Remand for trial court to place value on parties’ marital home, clearly identify apportionment of sale proceeds of marital home and rental property, should profit be realized, and explain how it reached those conclusions — Life insurance — Trial court abused its discretion in requiring husband to obtain life insurance naming former wife as beneficiary without requisite findings on husband’s insurability and ability to purchase a policy
45 Fla. L. Weekly D538a
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