March 18, 2009
LEE MAYOR, PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT,
SNEZANA MAYOR, DEFENDANT-RESPONDENT.
On appeal from Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, Family Part, Morris County, Docket No. FM-14-318-05.
NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION
Submitted February 10, 2009
Before Judges Graves and Grall.
In this post-judgment matrimonial matter, plaintiff Lee Mayor appeals from an order entered on May 30, 2008, which denied his motion seeking: (1) to emancipate the parties' son and to terminate plaintiff's child support obligation; (2) reimbursement for any child support payments made by plaintiff after the child was emancipated; (3) to compel defendant Snezana Mayor to pay one-half of Dr. Littman's dental bill; (4) to have defendant adjudicated in violation of litigant's rights for failing to allow him to retrieve an air conditioner and tools from the former marital home, and for entry of a judgment against defendant in the amount of $15,000; (5) to compel defendant to either return a "quad" to him or to pay him $5,650; and (6) to compel defendant to pay one-half of the unreimbursed portion of a hospital emergency room bill.
Our ability to review this matter has been hampered by numerous procedural deficiencies.*fn1 Nevertheless, based on the trial court's decision, we are satisfied that plaintiff's arguments do not warrant discussion in a written opinion. R. 2:11-3(e)(1)(E). We affirm substantially for the reasons stated by Judge Robert J. Brennan in his comprehensive written decision, which is attached to the order entered on May 30, 2008.