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M.M. v. H.F. CA4/2
The record in this case is limited. According to the register of actions, Husband filed a petition for dissolution of marriage on February 25, 2020. Wife filed her request for DVRO on August 3, 2020. The request for DVRO is not included in the record so it is not clear the reason(s) she sought the order. On August 18, 2020, Wife filed a declaration and a witness list, which is also not part of the record. The trial court granted a temporary restraining order.
The hearing on the permanent restraining order commenced on December 2, 2020. Wife testified. A witness, Martha M., testified on behalf of Wife. Wife’s testimony and Martha’s testimony have not been made part of the record on appeal. The matter was continued to December 23, 2020.
On December 23, 2020, the continued hearing on the permanent DVRO was held. Husband and two other witnesses testified on his behalf. Husband testified that he and Wife had been married for eight years.

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