A family law judge is recommending a litigation budget to detail all costs in an acrimonious family dispute gearing to rack up more than a million dollars in attorney fees and costs.
Miami-Dade Circuit Judge David Miller on Monday said he was “about a nanosecond away” from requiring attorneys on both sides to draw up budgets for their clients in a case pitting a millionaire’s adult children against his third wife.
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