Where Arbitrator’s report was messier than the divorce itself, case was reversed and remanded

In divorce case out of Lake County, parties submitted to arbitration. Arbitrator made ruling and Husband timely appealed after filing a timely motion to correct error that the Court did not address.

IN CoA found that report was inconsistent for several reasons, to wit:

  1. Finding that Wife submitted no evidence of medical condition but was awarded maintenance in the form of health insurance premiums for one year;
  2. Denying Wife’s motion for deviation from 50/50 split and then failing to account for several items of personal property;
  3. After the above defect was subsequently corrected, the CoA still found that the property was split in Wife’s favor and that some bank accounts were still not accounted for.

Court reversed and remanded case to remedy these issues.

www.in.gov/judiciary/opinions/pdf/03061401jsk.pdf.

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About Matt Anderson

I am civil trial attorney in South Bend, Indiana and have practiced on both sides of insurance and personal injury law in Illinois and Indiana for the better part of ten years. I created this blog as a way for other Indiana civil litigation and trial attorneys to get meaningful updates on cases ad issues that affect their practice. (I'll admit that there is some self-interest involved since it's also a handy way to summarize and file my own research.)

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