Unreported

JOE DEAN CRAWFORD v. CARRIE MAE HOLMES CRAWFORD

Divorce — Motion for alimony pendente lite — Failure to attend hearing “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” — Woody Allen Joe Dean Crawford (“Husband”) initiated divorce proceedings in April 2013, and Carrie Holmes Crawford (“Wife”) responded with a ...

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CHARLES HUNTLEY v. LYDIA HUNTLEY

Divorce — Marital share — Retirement benefits Appellant, Lydia Huntley (“Lydia”), filed a Complaint for Absolute Divorce in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County after twenty-eight years of marriage to appellee, Charles Huntley (“Charles”). Lydia requested, among other things, a ...

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JANE McGRATH NEAL v. MONUMENT REALTY LLC

Contracts — Breach — Judgment notwithstanding the verdict Jane McGrath Neal appeals from a judgment of the Circuit Court for Montgomery County in favor of Monument Realty LLC. She presents one issue, which we have reworded: Did the trial court ...

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TRACEY PRIBBLE v. ROBERT PRIBBLE

Divorce — Settlement agreement — Petition to enforce Tracey Pribble (“Tracey”), appellant, appeals from a judgment entered by the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, refusing to grant Tracey’s Petition to Enforce Agreement with Robert Pribble (“Robert”), appellee. Appellant presents ...

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AMANDA POFFENBERGER v. DANIEL POFFENBERGER

Divorce — Marital property — Value determination This appeal arises from a complaint for divorce and related relief filed by appellant, Amanda Wetzel f/k/a Amanda Poffenberger, against appellee, Daniel Poffenberger, in the Circuit Court for Frederick County. Following a two-day ...

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CHRISTOPHER A. NELSON v. PATRICIA A. NELSON

Divorce — Property settlement agreement — Contempt This appeal comes before us on a Petition for Contempt filed in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County. Patricia Nelson, appellee, sought and received a judgment against her ex -husband, Christopher Nelson, ...

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MELISSA BANNER v. LEONARD BANNER

Divorce — Alimony — Reasonable financial needs Melissa Banner appeals from a judgment of the Circuit Court for Montgomery County entered in her divorce action against her former husband, Leonard Banner. She presents six issues, which we have reworded slightly ...

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