Gripshover Oral Arguments Rescheduled

We previously posted here about oral arguments and posted the briefs in Gripshover. Thanks to Kentucky Court Reports for posting the updated schedule for oral arguments, now set to be held December 14, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. Here’s the link to check out the oral arguments online. From KCR:

GRIPSHOVER V. GRIPSHOVER (2005-SC-000729-DG)

We previously posted here about oral arguments and posted the briefs in Gripshover. Thanks to Kentucky Court Reports for posting the updated schedule for oral arguments, now set to be held December 14, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. Here’s the link to check out the oral arguments online. From KCR:

GRIPSHOVER V. GRIPSHOVER (2005-SC-000729-DG)
AND (CROSS-MOTION) GRIPSHOVER V. GRIPSHOVER
(2006-SC-000256-DG)
“Domestic Relations. Dissolution of Marriage. Division of Real Property. Issues include the extent and divisibility of marital interest in real property that has been placed in an irrevocable trust and the application of Brandenburg v. Brandenburg, 617 S.W.2d 871 (Ky. App. 1981).”
Discretionary review granted 3/15/2006 and 6/7/2006
Boone Circuit Court, Judge Linda Bramlage
For Movant/Cross-Respondent: David A. Koenig
For Respondent/Cross-Movant: D. Anthony Brinker
(Note: Justice Schroder is recused)
(Rescheduled from August 15, 2007)

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