Category Archives: Family Law

ALIMONY TERMINATED IN LIGHT OF VOLUNTARY RETIREMENT DUE TO HEALTH CONCERNS

In the case of Odom v. Odom, (No. E2014-01049-COA-R3-CV, filed April 14, 2015), Husband appeals the Trial Court’s judgment, which failed to terminate Wife’s alimony payment due to Husband’s retirement. Facts After 37 years of marriage, Husband and Wife divorced in 2007. The court split their assets mostly equally and granted Wife $10,000 per month

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MOTION TO CLARIFY PARENTING PLAN MUST REST ON RECORD ALONE OR EVIDENTIARY HEARING REQUIRED

In the case of Howard v. Halford (No. E2014-00002-COA-R3-JV. Dec 22, 2014), The Court of Appeals reviews the Trial Court’s motion to clarify the requirements of the residential co-parenting schedule as laid out in the permanent parenting plan. The Court entered the permanent parenting plan in January of 2013. Mother was named as the primary

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