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Young v. Young

Court of Appeals of Ohio, Tenth District

June 20, 2013

Jennifer L. Young, Plaintiff-Appellee,
v.
Stephen A. Young, Defendant-Appellant.

APPEAL from the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, Division of Domestic Relations (C.P.C. No. 10DR-02-441)

Tamms Law Office, LLC, and Christopher J. Tamms, for appellee.

Mularski, Bonham, Dittmer & Phillips, LLC, and Raymond J. Mularski, for appellant.

NUNC PRO TUNC [1]

DECISION

TYACK, J.

{¶1} Stephen A. Young is appealing from certain aspects of his final decree of divorce. He assigns nine errors for our consideration:

1. The trial court erred and abused its discretion in its order that the Defendant-Appellant retroactively pay child support.
2.The trial court erred and abused its discretion in failing to grant Defendant-Appellant a derivative award for a share of the diamond which was "misplaced" or "lost" due to the Plaintiff-Appellee's financial misconduct.
3.The trial court erred and abused its discretion in failing to include on the marital balance sheet the value of the survivorship interest in Defendant-Appellant's OPERS pension awarded to Plaintiff-Appellee.
4. The trial court erred and abused its discretion in ordering the Defendant-Appellant to pay pet expenses.
5.The trial court erred and abused its discretion in summarily awarding Plaintiff-Appellee $1, 200 as compensation for landscaping the marital residence, particularly $915.34 of that amount for unsubstantiated labor time.
6.The trial court erred and abused its discretion in failing to characterize the Defendant-Appellant's payments of the mortgage debt, Home Equity Line of Credit (HELC), homeowner's association dues, home owners' insurance, home improvements, and joint credit card debt as marital expenses to be divided.
7. The trial court erred and abused its discretion by characterizing Appellant's employee leave times for vacation and personal as marital assets subject to immediate distribution and by its valuation and immediate distribution of Appellant's employee sick leave time and failing to retain jurisdiction regarding future changes thereto.
8.The trial court erred and abused its discretion in awarding to Plaintiff-Appellee certain furnishings as separate property because Plaintiff-Appellee failed to trace the furnishings as ...

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