Lewis v. Lewis – Substantial Change in Circumstances
Defendant Mother appeals from the trial court’s order on child support and custody. The Court of Appeals reverses and remands.
Plaintiff Father and Defendant Mother married on January 1, 1994. The parties had two sons and separated on May 10, 1997. The parties’ divorce judgment was filed on August 17, 1998, which incorporated their separation agreement. The separation agreement provided a custodial schedule that directed the parties’ two sons to reside primarily with Defendant Mother and to spend every other weekend and summer vacation with Plaintiff Father. The agreement further provided that Plaintiff Father would pay half of the children’s uninsured medical and dental expenses and $200.00 each month as additional child support. Continue reading →