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Oral Arguments before the Intermediate Court of Appeals
No. 27851 and No. 28049 – Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at 9 a.m.
No. 27851 – ROSEMARIE AGUIRRE JAYLO, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. ALDO MACAPAL JAYLO, Defendant-Appellant
No. 28049 – ROSEMARIE AGUIRRE JAYLO, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. ALDO MACAPAL JAYLO, Defendant-Appellee
Attorney(s) for Defendant-Appellant/Defendant-Appellee
Denise Miyasaki Wheeler and Robert M. Harris
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff-Appellee/Plaintiff-Appellant Steven J. Kim
COURT: Foley, Fujise and Leonard, JJ.
SPECIAL NOTE: The above argument will take place at the
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I AT MANOA
WILLIAM S. RICHARDSON SCHOOL OF LAW
MOOT COURT COURTROOM
2515 DOLE STREET
HONOLULU, HI 96822
Defendant-Appellant Aldo Macapal Jaylo (Husband) appeals from the March 6, 2006 post-divorce decree order of the Family Court of the First Circuit (family court) in favor of Plaintiff-Appellee Rosemarie Aguirre Jaylo (Wife). On appeal, Husband argues that the family court erred in ordering child support payments to Wife for the parties’ blind daughter who was over the age of 23 years.
Plaintiff-Appellant Rosemarie Aguirre Jaylo (Wife) appeals from the July 19, 2006 post-divorce decree order of the Family Court of the First Circuit (family court) in favor of Defendant-Appellee Aldo Macapal Jaylo (Husband). On appeal, Wife argues that the family court erred by refusing to enforce the retirement division provisions in the parties’ divorce decree, notwithstanding that Wife failed to appeal from prior decisions of the family court pertaining to retirement payments.