State Superior Court Appeal Retired from military in May 1997.

State Superior Court Appeal
Retired from military in May 1997. Given standard out-processing physical.
Divorced in July 1997 after 23 yrs marriage. Ex was awarded 46% of dispoable retired pay.
Ex knew I would be determined disabled and that the waiver would reduce dispoable retired pay, but wanted cost of living increases, so an indemnification provision was included in the final decree of divorce. Judge in divorce said I needed to pay her the difference if disposable retired pay was reduced. Ex signed DFAS form after divorce agreeing to 46% of disposable retired pay.
Disability waiver took effect months later. Ex took me back to state superior court to pursue 46% of disability pay in addition to the 46% of dispoable pay she was alrady getting. Judge awarded her the money based on the intent of the divorce judge and the ”law of the case”. This is a violation of 10 USC 1406 and 1408. I tried to appeal, but my lawyer filed the appeal 1 day late and filed it incorrectly. Now, I am told I have no recourse to appeal this decision. Ex has been awarded nearly $30,000 from the sale of property I received in divorce settlement.
Do I have any recourse to appeal this judgment?

Rightful animal ownership Over 12 monthes ago I was given a horse by a…

Rightful animal ownership
Over 12 monthes ago I was given a horse by a gentleman who stated he could no longer care for it. No money exchanged but also there was no bill of sale or any papers. Now this man calls and says the horse was origionally belonged to his son he would like it back or will we pay the son $900.00. We are devistated. with boarding cost all the Vet. fees and other Equine needs we have several $1000′s our horse. My question would be is there anyway for us to keep the horse and if I would have to give her back could he bill him for the expenses we have occured such as boarding and veterinary cost. Thank you for your quick reply, Tammy

Appeal Is it worth it to file for an appeal for $11,000.

Appeal
Is it worth it to file for an appeal for $11,000.00. If so approximately how much would it cost to file an apopeal. The apeal may be an winner, because there was no contract oral or written involving a gift given during the course of an nine month relationship, a car bought. Relationship ended, and the individual said it wasn’t a gift. He won in Civil court stating it was a loan instead of a gift. I have all relevant information to prove that he bought the car. The only thing he does have is the certified check paying for the car. I have the title, bill of sale, and all other papers to the car. Is it worth to file the appeal, and sue him for perjury perhaps.