Tewes v. Tewes

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Tewes v. Tewes

Case Number
A-16-0801
Court Number
Douglas
Call Date
June 6, 2017
Case Time
9:00 AM
Case Summary

A-16-0801, Tewes (Appellant)  v. Tewes

Douglas County, District Court Judge Thomas A. Otepka

Attorney for Appellant:  Brent M. Kuhn (Brent Kuhn Law)

Attorney for Appellee:  Virginia A. Albers, Hannah C. Wooldridge (Slowiaczek, Albers & Astley, P.C., L.L.O.)

Civil Action:  Motion to Interpret Dissolution Decree

Action Taken by Trial Court:  Ex-husband filed a motion to determine the intent of the dissolution decree and order on motion to compel. Following a trial, the district court ordered the ex-husband to pay his ex-wife $19,236.68.

Assignments of Error on Appeal:  On appeal, the ex-husband contends that the district court erred in (1) limiting operating expenses to “Schedule E” expenses as defined by the IRS; (2) in considering post-trial arguments which were not supported by evidence at trial in reaching its decision on the ultimate issue before the court; (3) failing to give proper weight to his expert’s testimony; (4) failing to adopt certain admissions against interest made by the ex-wife at trial; and (5) failing to interpret the dissolution decree based upon the intent of the parties.

Case Location
Lincoln
Court Type
District Court
Schedule Code
A1
Panel Text
Inbody, Riedmann, and Arterburn, Judges