A husband, 45 years old, is a physician who earns a salary of $5,000.00 every tw

A husband, 45 years old, is a physician who earns a salary of $5,000.00 every two weeks. The wife, who is also 45 years old and is also a physician earns a salary of $2,500.00 every two weeks. They have been married for 12 years and have a 10 year-old daughter.
For the past year, the wife has only earned $500.00 a week, as she works for a non- profit agency who had to suspend her salary due to lack of funding. The wife shows living expenses for each month totalling $2500.00 a week. The husband shows on his financial affidavit living expenses totalling $2,250.00 a week. The wife’s assets are listed as totalling $1,000,000.00 and the husband’s totalling $500,000.00.
Based on the above listed facts, what might be the appropriate temporary relief to be ordered in this case? Why?
See Kanter v. Kanter, 850 So.2d 682 (Fla.App. 4 Dist., 2003).
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