Rojas v. Mitchell (1996)

November 20, 1996

Court's failure to make required findings re: child support was prejudicial error when basis of support order could not be inferred and missing facts might have favored appellant; Indicating that a party wishing to appeal failure to make required findings must first motion court to issue those findings, and do so within a reasonable time

Appeals & Writs
Tags: Harmlessness,
Courts & Hearings
Family Law

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