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Family — child support — modification; contempt

Wisconsin Court of Appeals

Civil

Family

Child support; modification; contempt

For the second time, Susie Y. Chon appeals from an order denying her motion seeking to reverse an order of a Kenosha county family court commissioner. Chon contends the trial court wrongly failed to find her ex-spouse, Timothy J. Sorenson, in contempt of the divorce judgment and erred in granting Sorenson’s motion for a reduction in child support. The trial court balanced the overall equities, found Sorenson’s testimony credible and concluded his actions were not willful or intentional. It also found that Chon did not sufficiently prove that applying the percentage standard for child support was unfair to her. See Wis. Stat. § 767.511(1j), (1m) (2009-10). We have no basis to disturb the court’s findings. We affirm. This opinion will not be published.

2010AP2513 In re the marriage of Chon v. Sorensen

Dist II, Kenosha County, Milisauskas, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Machulak, John E., Milwaukee; For Respondent: Rose, Terry W., Kenosha; Rose, Christopher William, Kenosha

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