MARRIAGE OF STUPP AND SCHILDERS

No. A145598.

In re the Marriage of STEVEN STUPP and ANNEMARIE SCHILDERS. STEVEN STUPP, Respondent, v. ANNEMARIE SCHILDERS, Appellant.

Court of Appeals of California, First District, Division Two.

June 14, 2017.


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ORDER MODIFYING OPINION AND DENYING REHEARING

MILLER, J.

BY THE COURT:

It is ordered that the opinion filed herein on May 23, 2017, be modified as follows: At the end of the paragraph on page 10 beginning, "Even if Schilders could show . . ." add the following as a footnote:

"In a petition for rehearing, Schilders asserts that we misstate the issue on appeal, and that her appeal does not concern the family court's failure to hold an evidentiary hearing, but instead concerns the family court's failure to schedule or hold `any hearing at which her motion may be presented and argued to the court.' Schilders's assertion is puzzling, because the thrust of the argument in her opening brief on appeal is that by failing to hold a hearing the family court denied her the opportunity to present evidence. To the extent Schilders would argue that she was entitled to present oral argument to the family court, the argument has been forfeited because nowhere in her opening brief on appeal does she make that point or cite authority to support it."

The petition for rehearing is denied. This modification does not change the judgment.


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