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1-18-19 Supreme Court Opinions

January 18, 2019

Featured Opinion:

2019 WY 5

01/14/2019

Melissa Grow Booth

Berkeley Craig Booth

S-18-0081

 

 

Berkeley Booth (Father) and Melissa Booth (Mother) agreed when they were divorced that Mother would keep their former marital residence in Oakley, Utah, just east of Salt Lake City, while Father moved to Rock Springs, Wyoming. They also agreed, and the district court ordered, that Father would exercise his visitation with their two children at the former marital residence in Oakley. Two years later, the parties asked the district court to modify the visitation schedule so that Father was no longer required to exercise his visitation at the Oakley home. The court granted the request, but also changed Father’s visitation schedule to provide that the children would spend extended periods of time with him in Rock Springs. Because neither the district court’s order nor the record provide support for a finding that the modification to Father’s visitation schedule was in the children’s best interests, we reverse that aspect of the court’s order.

Opinion ID

Publish Date

Appellant

Appellee

Docket Number

 

 

2019 WY 7

01/15/2019

State of Wyoming, Department of Revenue

Board of County Commissioners of Johnson County

S-18-0098

2019 WY 6

01/15/2019

Wyoming Jet Center, LLC

Jackson Hole Airport Board and Jim Elwood

S-18-0154

2019 WY 4

01/11/2019

In the Matter of the Estate of Chris Robert Frank

 

S-18-0150

2019 WY 3

01/11/2019

Joshua Lee Pier

The State of Wyoming

S-18-0054

2019 WY 2

01/09/2019

Brent U. Wall

The State of Wyoming

S-17-0266, S-18-0127

2019 WY 1

01/07/2019

Scott Oldroyd

Tadge Kanjo, M.D.

S-18-0110