The appellate court for Naples reversed a final divorce judgment in which numerous investment and banking accounts were classified as marital assets, meaning they were subject to equitable distribution.  In this ten-year marriage, neither spouse worked, but instead lived off “passive income and funds from [the husband’s] non-marital accounts as well as loans from his father.”  The family court judge here failed to correctly determine which assets were marital, apparently ignoring “numerous factors including title, commingling of marital and
non-marital funds, increases in value because of marital efforts, control of the funds, the length of the marriage, and the parties’ intent concerning the marital or non-marital status of the funds.”

The case was Street v. Street, and the Florida appellate opinion can be found here.