Wellman v. Kawasaki – 2023 UT App 11 – Alimony
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¶ 14, 2014 UT App 211, 2015 UT 79, 2021 UT App 77, 335 P.3d 378, 459 P.3d 276, 496 P.3d 242, 700 P.2d 1072 (Utah 1985), Dahl v. Dahl, equalize the standards of living of each party, financial declaration, Jones v. Jones, Miner v. Miner, need must constitute the maximum permissible alimony award, prevent recipient spouse from becoming a public charge, purposes of alimony, Roberts v. Roberts, standard of living that existed during the marriage, statutory alimony factors, supporting] financial documentation, Utah Code § 30-3-5(10), Utah law, Utah R. Civ. P. 26.1(c).
2023 UT App 11 THE UTAH COURT OF APPEALS DAVID WELLMAN, Appellee, v. KRISTIN KAWASAKI, Appellant. Opinion No. 20210265-CA Filed February 2, 2023 Fourth District Court, Provo Department The Honorable Christine S. Johnson No. 174402919 Mary Deiss Brown, Attorney for…