Alison Rinner v. Robert Rinner

Alison Rinner v. Robert Rinner
M2001-02307-COA-R3-CV
This is a divorce case. The father and mother were both forty-one years old and had a six-year-old daughter. The trial court ordered the father to pay rehabilitative alimony, child support, and a portion of the mother's attorney's fees. On appeal, the father argues that the trial court improperly considered bonus money the father had received, that it erred in not ordering that child support on income in excess of $10,000 be placed in trust, that it erred in ordering him to pay rehabilitative alimony and a portion of the mother's attorney's fees, and also erred in failing to assign tax liability regarding certain stock options. We affirm the trial court's calculation of child support, the decision not to pay a portion of the child support into a trust, the order to pay rehabilitative alimony and a portion of the mother's attorney's fees, and find that the trial court was not required to assign tax liability as to the stock options.
Authoring Judge: 
Judge Holly M. Kirby
Originating Judge: 
Muriel Robinson
Date Filed: 
Wednesday, July 10, 2002