Sunday, November 11, 2007

This Week's New Indiana Appellate Court Cases

Not much to report about the past week except Not-For Publication cases. Here is the crop:

November 7, 2007:

  1. Reported cases - none.
  2. Not-For-Publication cases - (Joni L. Walters v. Mark K. Walters (NFP). "Appellant-petitioner Joni L. Walters appeals the trial court’s order modifying child support, child custody, and parenting time regarding Joni’s children with appellee-respondent Mark K. Walters... Finding that the trial court erroneously failed to award Joni parenting time with respect to A.W. and finding no other error, we affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand with instructions to enter a parenting time order regarding A.W.....")
November 8, 2007:
  1. Reported cases - none.
  2. Ervin Mark Ball v. Kelli T. Ball (NFP) - "Ervin Mark Ball (“Husband”) appeals the distribution of marital assets ordered in the dissolution proceeding filed by his former wife, Kelli T. Ball (“Wife”). Husband presents two issues for review, which we consolidate and restate as whether the trial court erred when it construed the parties’ prenuptial agreement. We affirm. * * * We conclude that the trial court did not err in its construction of “Marital Residence” as used in the Agreement. Thus, the trial court did not err when it granted summary judgment to Wife, finding that the Club Estates house was not the Marital Residence but was, instead her Separate Property, and the trial court did not err in finding in the Decree that there was no Marital Residence."
November 9, 2007

  1. Reported cases - none.
  2. Not for Publication Cases - one: Teresa Armstrong v. Jeffrey Armstrong
Appellant-Petitioner, Teresa Armstrong (Mother), appeals the trial court’s Order calculating Appellee-Respondent’s, Jeffrey Armstrong (Father), weekly gross income, and the trial court’s decision that Father need not pay child support over and above his responsibilities for A.A.’s higher education expenses.

We affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand with instructions.

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