In re Marriage of AxelbergAnnotate this Case
In 2011, Wife filed a petition for dissolution of marriage. While the case was pending, the parties entered into an interim support agreement (ISA), in which the parties settled all maintenance and support issues. After a trial, the district court entered an order dissolving the marriage. In the order, the district court ordered Husband to pay child support, decided that an award of maintenance was not appropriate, terminated Husband’s temporary support obligations under the ISA, and divided the parties’ property between them. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding that the district court did not err or abuse its discretion by (1) failing to state the net worth of the marital estate in a specific factual finding; (2) awarding Husband certain pre-marital and post-separation property; (3) denying maintenance in favor of Wife; and (4) awarding child support.