Unreported

Theodore C. Julio v. Lisa Julio

Court properly held Appellant in contempt for failing to make installment payments as required by divorce decree, and entered judgments against him for those amounts; however, court’ should have specified that appellant could purge the contempt by paying those judgments.

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Jodi Annette Grimes v. Jay Todd Grimes

The trial court did not abuse its discretion in granting husband’s motion in limine to preclude a monetary award, indefinite alimony or rehabilitative alimony to wife, as her pleadings failed to request such relief and she never filed the necessary financial forms; wife’s general claim for “any relief within the Family Law Article” is not sufficiently specific, and the court cannot consider the parties’ alleged discussions during mediation as evidence of notice.

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Ann R. Thomas v. Timothy E. Thomas

Given the conflicting evidence at trial, the court was not clearly erroneous in rejecting wife’s claim of constructive desertion; the judge considered the testimony of wife and her adult children regarding husband’s alleged resumption of drugs and alcohol and the effect it had on his behavior and mood, but was not persuaded that his actions put wife in such fear for her health, safety and self-respect that she could not remain in the marriage.

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Rosibeth Molina v. Albarth Molina

The circuit properly found a gross disparity in the couple’s standards of living would justify an award of indefinite alimony, but, in determining the amount, failed to give adequate consideration to appellant’s future housing expenditures and the fact that appellee would no longer be paying the mortgage.

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Michael Cameron Karmann v. Suzanne Marie Karmann

1. Did the circuit court abuse its discretion by awarding rehabilitative alimony to Wife? 2. Did the circuit court abuse its discretion by failing to list an explicit figure for the monetary award in the Judgment? 3. Did the circuit court abuse its discretion by awarding Wife attorneys’ fees?

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