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Tag Archives: Domestic Relations

Written property settlement trumps oral modifications (access required)

Where the parties each claim the other violated their oral agreement concerning living together and sharing expenses after the final divorce decree was entered, their property settlement agreement, which provides that any modifications must be in writing, controls the resolution ...

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Parties’ incomes properly considered in support dispute (access required)

The trial court correctly imputed income to wife when deciding not to award her spousal support. The court properly determined husband’s income and awarded him the annual child tax credit in alternate years. Background After their 2015 marriage in India, ...

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Invited error doctrine bars appeal in support matter (access required)

Where husband argues the trial court denied his motion to end spousal support without making written findings and conclusions, he waived this argument on appeal when the court stated it considered the statutory factors, offered to elaborate and counsel declined ...

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