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Donald W. Aaron
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Donald Aaron’s Legal Cases

5 total

  • Grant County

    Practice Area:
    Child custody
    Date:
    Jul 30, 2008
    Outcome:
    Out-of--county dad awarded primary residential custody when child reached school age
    Description:
    Represented dad against local mom in a post-divorce case when original order did not specify where the child would go to school once of age to start school
  • Boone County

    Practice Area:
    Divorce and separation
    Date:
    Jun 16, 2008
    Outcome:
    Wife awarded $90,000 spousal maintenance after husband offered none, wife awarded one-half of $100,000 original investment capital when husband claimed business worth nothing
    Description:
    Represented wife in a divorce where husband would only agree to give wife less-than-half of marital assets, and pay the remainder as spousal maintenance over time. Husband claimed a business capital investment was now worth $0, but wife awarded 1/2 of initial investment. Husband refused to divide assets in a college fund, but wife awarded 1/2 after college and equal control of expenditures. In addition to six-figure share of marital assets, court awarded wife 5-figure amount in spousal maintenance every year for 9-years.
  • Campbell County

    Practice Area:
    DUI and DWI
    Date:
    May 27, 2008
    Outcome:
    DUI amended to Improper Equipment after blood alcohol level gave no presumption of intoxication.
    Description:
    Defendant charged with DUI prior to test results becoming available.
  • Gallatin County

    Practice Area:
    DUI and DWI
    Date:
    Aug 09, 2011
    Outcome:
    Aggravated DUI amended to DUI after defendant allegedly ran barricade almost striking several people
    Description:
    My client (defendant) was charged with aggravated DUI based on excessive alcohol level, Reckless Driving and No Seat Belt. Defendant allegedly almost ran over 3 people directing traffic and ran a barricade. The aggravator was dropped and the other charges were merged, with minimum penalties including 30-day driver's license suspension.
  • Boone County

    Practice Area:
    Divorce and separation
    Date:
    Mar 25, 2014
    Outcome:
    Lawyer's forensic analysis proved the wife's expenses were 1/3 of what she claimed. Wife settled for less than 1/5 of her alimony demand for 7 years, not the lifetime award she demanded before trial.
    Description:
    Represented husband, parties married 13 years, wife and her expert claimed she could not work or go to school, husband's expert testified she could work and get a degree.