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Family Law Appellate Court Opinions

by Roy, Christopher

 

AC41125 - Budrawich v. Budrawich ("The self-represented defendant, Edward Budrawich, Jr., appeals from the trial court's rulings on postjudgment motions filed by both him and the self-represented plaintiff, Kathleen Budrawich. On appeal, the defendant argues that the court improperly (1) denied his motion for reassignment of the plaintiff's motion for order, (2) granted the plaintiff's motion to modify alimony, (3) granted the plaintiff's motion to correct and issued a corrected memorandum of decision, and (4) modified his alimony obligation pursuant to his motion to modify alimony. We agree with the defendant's first and second claims and, accordingly, reverse the judgment of the court. In light of our resolution of the defendant's first two claims, we need not address his third claim and we conclude that his fourth claim is rendered moot.")