"Jacqueline did not introduce any documentary evidence to support her claim. Also, the record before us does not indicate that Jacqueline filed a financial statement, as required by Rule 8.05 of the Uniform Chancery Court Rules. Had she filed a Rule 8.05 statement, there may have been evidence sufficient to support the chancellor’s finding. However, we simply cannot find the evidence that would support the chancellor’s award of “$5,000 . . . as equitable distribution of the parties’ debt” in the record. Indeed, there is very little evidence of the marital assets and debt. Instead, Jacqueline estimated that Dwayne should have contributed $3,000 for expenses. It is not clear why the chancellor awarded Jacqueline $5,000.
¶13. Because we conclude that the chancellor’s findings are not supported by substantialevidence, we must also find that the chancellor’s award of $5,000 to Jacqueline was
This looks to me like with no proof of the debt amount, testimony is insufficient. I think a Rule 1006 summary of the debt with the records attached would have remedied this problem.