Appellate court is bound by the record and appellate record cannot be enlarged by supplemental material.
Counsel does not have to object to trial court’s findings as a prerequisite for appeal.
Appellate court will not consider trial court error raised on appeal for the first time – error must first be brought to the attention of the trial court.
Formal notice of entry of judgment needed to shorten time – letter to opposing counsel insufficient.
Court will not consider issue where no authority is cited.
Conclusory facts insufficient for stay pending appeal.
Standard of review for maintenance appeals.
Questions of law are reviewed without deferring to the trial court’s determination.
Accepting property division payment does not waive right to appeal.
Trial court need not make findings of fact to support marital division when it picked one party’s figures over the other – appellate court must accept the inference chosen by the trial court.