Wednesday, March 2, 2016


The Mississippi Court of Appeals decided Moreland v. Spears yesterday located here.  This case has a good outline of what is needed to modify custody, visitation, and other terms of a property settlement agreement.  In this case, the trial court had modified all three.  On appeal, the Court of Appeals found that the proof was so weak that they reversed and rendered the case.  What I got from this case reading between the lines was that the proof may have been there but nothing made into the actual record to support the findings made.

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