Opinion FlashJuly 30, 2003
Volume 9 Number 136
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Howard H. Vogel
ARNOLD M. JOHNSON v. TERESA ANN JOHNSON Court:TCA Attorneys: Edward L. Boring, Pikeville, Tennessee, for the Appellant Teresa Ann Johnson. C. Douglas Fields, Crossville, Tennessee, for the Appellee Arnold M. Johnson. Judge: SWINEY First Paragraph: Teresa Ann Johnson ("Wife") and Arnold M. Johnson ("Husband") were divorced by entry of a final divorce decree entered on October 11, 2000. Various aspects of this final decree later were set aside by the Trial Court pursuant to Wife's request. A hearing then was conducted with the Trial Court hearing proof from the parties on the classification of their real and personal property as separate or marital property. After the Trial Court ordered the marital property sold at an auction, another hearing was held and the parties testified further. The Trial Court entered its judgment on July 3, 2002. Wife then filed a motion to alter or amend the July 3, 2002 judgment. After a hearing, the Trial Court denied Wife's motion to alter or amend. Wife appeals, challenging the Trial Court's division of proceeds from the sale of marital property and a claimed omission by the Trial Court to address the appropriate amount of child support to be paid by Husband. The record on appeal contains no transcripts or statements of the evidence from any of the hearings. We affirm the judgment, deem Wife's appeal to be frivolous, and remand this case to the Trial Court to determine expenses due Husband pursuant to Tenn. Code Ann. S 27-1-122. http://www.tba.org/tba_files/TCA/johnsna.wpd
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