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Appellate Advocacy Lacking, Court Says (access required)

In husband’s appeal of a final divorce order on remand (Griffin v. Griffin, No. 2810-08-4, VLW 009-7-563(UP) (Dec. 29, 2009)), the Court of Appeals affirms the circuit court’s rulings on equitable distribution, child support, and personal property; law of the case is inapplicable and many of husband’s arguments are procedurally defaulted;  wife’s request for attorney’s ...

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