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� 1 These appeals stem from the October 30, 2000, order of the Court of Common Pleas, Montgomery County, which ordered Arlin Green (Father) to pay Betsy Green (Mother) spousal support in the amount of $3,082.00 per week and child support in the amount of $5,072.00 per week, plus $842.00 per week in arrears. Father, Delverde Corporation (Delverde) and the Trustees of the Arlin S. Green Family Trust of 1987 (Trustees) filed appeals alleging that the trial court lacked the jurisdiction over the 1987 Trust, erred by refusing to adopt a prior order from Delaware County and erred in determining that Father created the 1987 Trust. Upon review, we vacate the trial court’s order and remand for proceedings consistent with this opinion.

� 2 Father and Mother were married on October 13, 1985. The marriage bore three children, Alison (d.o.b. 9/26/89), Samuel (d.o.b. 12/8/90) and Michael (d.o.b. 7/6/94). Father and Mother separated in September of 1996, and Mother filed for divorce on October 22, 1996 in Montgomery County. On October 29, 1996, Mother then sought support from Father for herself and their three children. In response to Mother’s support petition, on December 4, 1996, the Montgomery County Domestic Relations Section filed recommendations to which the parties filed exceptions and other related documents. By agreement between the parties, the usual hearing before a conference officer was bypassed, and a de novo trial on support commenced on January 20, 1998. Hearings were held periodically over the next year with the final hearing held on January 11, 1999.

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