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McKeag v. McKeag

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Date: 
Wednesday, February 12, 2014

A-13-0580, Lisa McKeag (Cross-Appellant) v. Mark McKeag (Appellant)

Keith County, District Judge Donald E. Rowlands

Attorney for Appellant:  Felicia K. Fair (Fair Law Office)

Attorney for Appellee/Cross-Appellant: Jeffrey S. Armour  (Armour Law)

Civil Action:  Dissolution with Child Custody

Action Taken by Trial Court: The trial court dissolved the marriage and awarded custody of the four minor children to Lisa, set parenting time, and determined child support. 

Assignments of Error on Appeal:  Mark assigns that (1) the district court abused its discretion when it granted Lisa sole legal and physical custody of the minor children rather than joint custody to both parties, (2) the district court abused its discretion when it considered settlement negotiations between the parties when deciding what type of custody would be in the best interests of the children, and (3) the court-created parenting plan was flawed and not in the best interests of the children in that it deprived the children summer parenting time with him in 2013.

Assignments of Error on Cross-Appeal:  Lisa assigns that the district court erred by failing to approve and incorporate, in its Decree, the parties’ on the record stipulation for the release or waiver of all the child support owing by Lisa.

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