VICTOR R. PETERSON v. KATHLEEN A. PETERSON

This is the second time this divorce case has been before this Court. Victor R. Peterson (“Husband”) filed the first appeal. We remanded the case to the trial court because we were “unable to determine what property was awarded to [Kathleen A. Peterson (“Wife”)] as . . . equitable division of property and what property was awarded as alimony in solido.” Peterson, 2012 WL 1413890 at *3. On remand, the trial court classified the parties’ property, valued all of the marital property except for some miscellaneous personal property, decreed a division of the marital property, and awarded Wife $10,000 in alimony in solido. Wife appeals. She argues that the division of marital property is not equitable and that the alimony award is inadequate. We affirm.

Attorney 1: 

Joe R. Judkins, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, for the appellant, Kathleen A. Peterson

Attorney 2: 

Robert W. Wilkinson, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, for the appellee, Victor R. Peterson

Judge: 
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