Marriage of Boulch, In re, 12657

CourtCourt of Appeal of Missouri (US)
Citation645 S.W.2d 374
Docket NumberNo. 12657,12657
PartiesIn re the MARRIAGE OF Janice Darlene BOULCH and Everett Boulch. Janice Darlene Boulch, Petitioner-Respondent, and Everett Boulch, Respondent-Appellant.
Decision Date07 January 1983

No appearance for petitioner-respondent.

Hale W. Brown, Hale W. Brown, Jr., Kirkwood, for respondent-appellant.

PER CURIAM.

Appellant contends that the trial court erred in its decree dissolving the marriage of the parties resulting in him not receiving a just distribution of their marital property. He contends that ten acres that was awarded to him was considered as marital property and affected the distribution.

Our concern is whether the trial court reached a correct result and if so, we should affirm even if the judgment is based on an incorrect theory. In re Marriage of Daniel, 639 S.W.2d 650 (Mo.App.1982). The ten acres was awarded to appellant and even if it was not marital property, the trial court made a just disposition of the undisputed marital property under the circumstances required to be considered by § 452.330, RSMo 1978.

We have reviewed the record and have determined that the judgment is supported by substantial evidence and is not against the weight of the evidence. An opinion would have no precedential value and we affirm in compliance with Rule 84.16(b).

The judgment is affirmed.

All concur.

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  • Ludwig v. Ludwig, WD
    • United States
    • Court of Appeal of Missouri (US)
    • May 14, 1985
    ...if the trial court reached a correct result we should affirm even if the judgment is based on an incorrect theory. In re Marriage of Boulch, 645 S.W.2d 374, 375 (Mo.App.1983). We have reviewed the record and have already concluded that the result reached by the trial court was a correct The......
  • Patz v. Patz, ED 99283.
    • United States
    • Court of Appeal of Missouri (US)
    • November 26, 2013
    ...court reached the correct result. If it did, we affirm, even if the judgment rests on erroneous reasoning. In re Marriage of Boulch, 645 S.W.2d 374 (Mo.App.1983). Such is the case here. Husband conceded in his testimony that he was not seeking child support from Wife but intended to assume ......
  • Patz v. Patz, ED99283
    • United States
    • Court of Appeal of Missouri (US)
    • August 20, 2013
    ...court reached the correct result. If it did, we affirm, even if the judgment rests on erroneous reasoning. In re Marriage of Boulch, 645 S.W.2d 374 (Mo. App. 1983). Such is the case here. Husband conceded in his testimony that he was not seeking child support from Wife but intended to assum......
  • Marriage of Kelly, In re, WD
    • United States
    • Court of Appeal of Missouri (US)
    • May 2, 1989
    ...decision on an incorrect interpretation of the law. See Dobyns v. Dobyns, 650 S.W.2d 701, 705-06 (Mo.App.1983); In re Marriage of Boulch, 645 S.W.2d 374, 375 (Mo.App.1983). Mr. Kelly argues, however, that the court should have further reduced his maintenance obligation. The evidence in the ......

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