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Tag Archives: Judge Rosemarie Annunziata

Court correctly allocated survivor benefit premiums

Where wife claimed she was not receiving the correct amount from husband’s retirement, the trial court’s order directing that husband reimburse wife for the shortage is affirmed. Background When the parties divorced, husband was vested in the Civil Service Retirement ...

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Incorrect method used to divide military pension

The circuit court’s division of husband’s military pension did not follow applicable federal law and this court’s precedent. Parties’ arguments “Wife argues that the circuit court failed to apply the correct law when issuing its order. We agree and reverse ...

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Parties’ incomes properly considered in support dispute

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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Wife did not desert husband by getting protective order

Where wife obtained a protective order after husband assaulted her, this did not amount to her deserting him for purposes of determining a spousal support award. Protective order “Husband contends that the circuit court erred in granting wife’s motion to ...

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Contempt order issued for violating separation agreement

Where the parties’ separation agreement required husband to remove wife’s name from certain real estate and list the property for sale, the trial court properly found him in contempt when he failed to do so. Overview “Wife alleged that husband ...

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No claim that COVID order excuses late appeal

Appellant has not preserved his argument that a COVID-19 emergency judicial order excused his late appeal of a misdemeanor drunken driving conviction. Overview Appellant was convicted in the general district court of misdemeanor DUI. He appealed to the circuit court, ...

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