Monthly Archives: April 2017

Commissioners Sitting as Judges

The appellate court in In re: Marriage of Djulus voided an entire dissolution proceeding including the divorce judgment which resulted in the parties returning to court to litigate the entire case. DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS The parties presented their divorce case to … Continue reading

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Adjudication of Omitted Assets

In re Marriage of Huntley allowed a former wife to adjudicate the division of community assets after a default judgment had been entered against her. FACTUAL BACKGROUND OF THE POST DEFAULT JUDGMENT ADJUDICATION OF COMMUNITY ASSETS The husband in this … Continue reading

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Deviations From Child Support

YR v. AF involved child support for a minor child. The father in this case was a director who earned more than $2,000,000 per year. FACTUAL BACKGROUND LEADING UP TO THE REQUEST FOR CHILD SUPPORT The parents of the minor … Continue reading

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