JEFFREY WAYNE BUCKNER v. MELISSA BRUNSON (BUCKNER) - Articles

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Posted by: Tanja Trezise on Mar 2, 2012

Court: TN Court of Appeals

Attorneys 1: Charles S. Kelly, Jr.,, Dyersburg, Tennessee, for the appellant, Melissa Brunson (Buckner)

Attorneys 2: Marianna Williams, Dyersburg, Tennessee, for the appellee, Jeffrey Wayne Buckner

Judge(s): HIGHERS

The parties’ final decree of divorce provided that they would equitably share in the sale proceeds of a business that they had sold. After a few months, the wife filed a petition for contempt and/or additional relief, alleging that the husband was not making the payments in compliance with the final decree. The trial court found that husband was in contempt to the extent that he failed to make payment in full on one occasion, but it declined to find the husband in contempt for most of the matters asserted. The wife filed a motion to alter or amend, which was denied. The wife appeals. We affirm.

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