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In re Dissolution of Marriage of Chance

June 18, 1973

IN THE MATTER OF THE DISSOLUTION OF THE MARRIAGE OF CHANCE, APPELLANT, AND CHANCE, RESPONDENT


Appeal from Circuit Court, Lane County. Edward Leavy, Judge. No. 71 4095.

Robert L. Ackerman, Springfield, argued the cause for appellant. With him on the brief were Babcock & Ackerman, Springfield.

Howard E. Speer, Eugene, argued the cause for respondent. On the brief were Stephen R. Blixseth and Gildea, Speer & McGavic, P.C.

Schwab, Chief Judge, and Langtry and Foley, Judges.

Per Curiam

In the present dissolution proceeding of a 26-year

marriage between parties 57 and 56, respectively, the sole issues are the division of property and the award of alimony.

The trial court awarded real property of a net value of approximately $30,000 to the husband but required that he pay $10,500 forthwith to the wife. Thus it could be said that he received approximately $19,500 as against her $10,500 as a result of this property division.

While the award of property was somewhat favorable to the husband, alimony of $100 per month was awarded to the wife, continuing until she "is 65 years of age and retires, the remarriage of * * * [the wife], or until the death of either * * *."

We review de novo. Newman v. Newman, 8 Or App 220, 493 P2d 71, Sup Ct review denied (1972); Emery v. Emery, 5 Or App 133, 481 P2d 656, Sup Ct review denied (1971). From our review we find no reason to change the decree in any way.

Affirmed.

Disposit ...


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