Decker
v.
Decker

Not overruled or negatively treated on appealinfoCoverage
Supreme Court of NebraskaJul 29, 1988
229 Neb. 347 (Neb. 1988)
229 Neb. 347426 N.W.2d 533

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No. 87-077.

Filed July 29, 1988.

Appeal from the District Court for Douglas County: JAMES A. BUCKLEY, Judge. Affirmed.

Steven J. Lustgarten, of Lustgarten Roberts, P.C., for appellant.

James L. Koley and Pamela Hogenson Govier, of McGill, Koley, Parsonage Lanphier, P.C., for appellee.

HASTINGS, C.J., WHITE, SHANAHAN, and FAHRNBRUCH, JJ., and WARREN, D.J.


This is a dissolution action in which the petitioner-appellant wife, Sandra R. Decker, claims the trial court's division of marital assets was unreasonable, the award of alimony was insufficient, and the award of attorney fees was inadequate. We have reviewed the trial court's judgment de novo on the record and determined that the trial court did not abuse its discretion in either the division of those assets or in its award of alimony and attorney fees. Accordingly, the decree of the trial court is affirmed.

AFFIRMED.