--trial court cannot be expected to remember what occurred at trial well enough to approve statement-id.
--trial judge unlikely to approve a unilateral statement by non-prevailing party, much less able to add details. Kriebel (Fla 4th 2017).
--appellate court likely to just affirm order under review if statement not sufficiently detailed. Bei (Fla 2nd 1985).
--failing to identify and mark each exhibit and refer to it by letter/number in eliciting testimony so as to be entirely clear as to what is being discussed.
--failing to introduce and get admitted financial affidavits at trial. Reading from an affidavit is insufficient and does not constitute evidence. Jones (Fla. 5th 1996).
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