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Loveless v. Loveless

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Date: 
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

A-13-0196, Craig A. Loveless (Appellant) v. JoAnn Loveless (Cross-Appellant)

Hall County, District Court Judge James D. Livingston

Attorney for Appellant:  Kevin A. Brostrom, Matthew C. Boyle (Lauritsen, Brownell, Brostrom & Stehlik, PC, LLO)

Attorney for Appellee:  Susan M. Koenig (Mayer, Burns, Koenig & Janulewicz)

Civil Action:  Dissolution of Marriage

Action Taken by Trial Court:  The trial court divided the marital estate, using the trial date as the valuation date; ordered JoAnn to reimburse Craig for one-third of the mortgage payments and utilities on the marital home; equally divided the parties’ retirement accounts, and awarded JoAnn $1 per year in alimony for 120 months.

Assignments of Error on Appeal:  Did the trial court err in valuing the marital estate at the time of trial? Did the trial court err in failing to require JoAnn to reimburse Craig for one-half of the mortgage payments and utilities on the marital home? Did the trial court err in allocating the parties’ retirement accounts equally? Did the trial court err in granting JoAnn any alimony?

Assignment of Error on Cross-Appeal: Did the trial court err in awarding JoAnn only a nominal amount of alimony?

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