CASE SUMMARY: Morgan v. Morgan, 11-P-291

Monday, July 30, 2012

Morgan v. Morgan, 11-P-291

The trial court found that the Wife was not in contempt of a temporary order requiring her to pay the “operating expenses” on the marital home when she did not pay over $4,000 in property taxes.  The Husband had not sought clarification of the temporary order after it was issued and failed to cite any authority to support his position that operating expenses necessarily includes real estate taxes.  The trial court’s additional findings of non-contempt were also upheld.