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Harrison v. Harrison

Court of Appeals of Indiana

November 30, 2017

Joseph H. Harrison, Jr., Appellant-Petitioner,
v.
Terry Royal Harrison, Appellee-Respondent.

         Appeal from the Vanderburgh Superior Court The Honorable Robert R. Aylsworth, Special Judge Trial Court Cause No. 82D06-1510-DR-1282

          Attorneys for Appellant Laurie Baiden Bumb Bumb & Vowels, LLP Evansville, Indiana Douglas K. Briody Law Office of Doug Briody Evansville, Indiana

          Attorney for Appellee Erin Bauer Barber & Bauer, LLP Evansville, Indiana

          PYLE, JUDGE.

         Statement of the Case

         [¶1] In this interlocutory appeal in a dissolution action, Joseph Harrison, Jr., ("Husband") appeals the trial court's order determining that Terry Royal

Harrison's ("Wife") interests in discretionary irrevocable family trusts were too speculative and remote to be included in the marital pot. Concluding that the trial court did not abuse its discretion, we affirm its judgment.

         [¶2] We affirm.

         Issue

         Whether the trial court abused its discretion when it excluded Wife's interests in discretionary irrevocable family trusts from the marital pot.

         Facts

         [¶3] Husband and Wife were married in January 1985. During the course of the marriage, Wife's father, Charles R. Royal, Jr., ("Royal") established the following six irrevocable trusts:

1) The Royal Family Irrevocable Investment Trust, effective ...

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