Spillane v. Spillane

<p>[Cite as Spillane v. Spillane, 2020-Ohio-5052.] IN THE COURT OF APPEALS TWELFTH APPELLATE DISTRICT OF OHIO BUTLER COUNTY MICHELLE T. SPILLANE, : CASE NO. CA2019-12-206 Appellee, : OPINION 10/26/2020 : - vs - : DONALD J. SPILLANE, : Appellant. : APPEAL FROM BUTLER COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION Case No. DR2018-12-1022 Gena R. Larison, 220 South Monument Avenue, Hamilton, Ohio 45011, for appellee Cook Howard Law, Ltd., Melynda Cook Howard, 1501 First Avenue, Middletown, Ohio 45044, for appellant M. POWELL, P.J. {¶ 1} Appellant, Donald Spillane (&quot;Husband&quot;), appeals a decision of the Butler County Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations Division, awarding spousal support to appellee, Michelle Spillane (&quot;Wife&quot;). {¶ 2} The parties were married in May 1999 and have one daughter born issue of the marriage in 2000. At the time of the parties' marriage, Wife had four children from a Butler CA2019-12-206 previous relationship; Husband had two children from a previous relationship, one of which was already emancipated. Following the marriage, Wife cared for the children and was not employed outside the home until 2007. {¶ 3} In 2007, Wife became a part-time office manager at her current employer, the Regis Investment Company (&quot;Regis&quot;). Wife has never held full-time employment and Regis does not have a full-time position available to offer her. Wife is 58 years old, working 25- 27 hours a week and earning $18.75 an hour. Each year, she receives a pay raise between 50 cents and $1 an hour. Husband has always worked in finance and previously held a CFO position. In 2017, he became Vice-President of Finance at the Hollaender Manufacturing Company (&quot;Hollaender&quot;). Husband is 61 years old, earning a base income of $2,600 per week. He received a $5,875 bonus in 2018 and a $8,125 bonus in 2019. {¶ 4} During the marriage, the parties lived a comfortable lifestyle, sending the children to private school, regularly going out, attending sporting events, and taking an annual vacation. At the time of the divorce, the parties owned the marital home, four rental properties, a vacation home and a tract of land in Tennessee, three vehicles, and a boat. The vehicles and boat were all paid off. Wife did not have any retirement assets; Husband had significant premarital and marital retirement assets. {¶ 5} Wife filed a complaint for divorce in December 2018. At the time of Wife's filing, the parties' daughter was emancipated. Pursuant to a separation agreement, the parties settled all issues with the exception of spousal support. Wife received one of the rental properties to use as her residence and one vehicle; Husband kept the marital home as his residence and received three rental properties, the vacation home, two vehicles, and the boat. Wife received $127,741 for her share of the marital portion of Husband's retirement accounts and an additional $15,000 for her share of the marital equity in the vacation home. The parties were ordered to sell the Tennessee tract of land. On June 25, -2- Butler CA2019-12-206 2019, ...</p><br>
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