In this child custody case, a husband used photos of his wife that he allegedly downloaded from a website offering escort service as evidence at a child custody action.
A case review, in which evidences were sufficient to support that the ex-wife did not pose a flight risk, permitting her to travel with her children to foreign country even though she was a foreign citizen.
Husband’s admission that drug use was habitual and frequent supported finding of habitual use of opium, morphine, or other like drug, as a ground for divorce.
Mother appeals the trial court’s denial of her request to relocate with her two children after applying a preponderance of evidence standard and finding that the detrimental effects of the relocation would outweigh the benefits to the children and their mother.
Trial Court Properly Bifurcated Case Where Showing of Appropriate Circumstances Due to Impact of Protracted Litigation on Children.
Husband appeals from the judgment of the trial court with respect to the court’s financial orders. On appeal, he claims that the court abused its discretion by (1) awarding wife alimony payments without sufficient evidence of his income and (2) excluding evidence regarding the state of his financial condition at the time of trial.
Father appeals court’s awarding child support in excess of the statutory guidelines because there was no evidence that he was intentionally unemployed or underemployed for the purpose of avoiding child support.