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Family Law Appellate Court Opinion

by Roy, Christopher


AC41990 - R. A. v. R. A. ("The defendant mother, R. A., appeals from the judgment of the trial court dissolving the parties' marriage and granting the plaintiff father, R. A., sole custody of their minor children. On appeal, the defendant contends that the court (1) improperly included the defendant's child from a previous relationship in the custody order, (2) inequitably set forth procedures for the parties to collaborate on a visitation scheme, and (3) relied on inaccurate information concerning the plaintiff's finances in crafting its child support order. We dismiss as moot the defendant's appeal as to her first claim and affirm the judgment of the trial court in all other respects.")