Hoverson v. Hoverson - No. 20120281
Sandra Hoverson appeals and Carl Hoverson cross-appeals from a divorce judgment dividing the parties' marital property, awarding Sandra Hoverson primary residential responsibility of the parties' minor child, and ordering Carl Hoverson to pay Sandra Hoverson spousal support for two years and to pay child support.
Carl and Sandra Hoverson were married in 2004 and had one child together. In 2010, Carl Hoverson brought a divorce action against Sandra Hoverson. After a bench trial, the district court granted the parties a divorce, divided their marital property, awarded Sandra Hoverson primary residential responsibility of the parties' minor child, and ordered Carl Hoverson to pay Sandra Hoverson spousal support of $3,000 per month for two years and to pay $3,002 per month in child support.
On appeal, Sandra Hoverson argues the district court clearly erred in determing the duration and amount of the spousal support award. She argues the court clearly erred in distributing the parties' marital property and determining the amount of Carl Hoverson's child support obligation. In his cross-appeal, Carl Hoverson argues the court clearly erred in distributing the parties' marital property, in awarding Sandra Hoverson spousal support, and in deviating upward in the child support award. He also argues the court erred in ordering him to pay Sandra Hoverson's attorney fees.