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Domestic Relations – Separation Date – Interlocutory Appeal – Appellate Jurisdiction (access required)

Gaynor v. Gaynor. The trial court's order setting a separation date in a divorce case is an interlocutory order and does not affect a substantial right. Therefore, there is no appellate jurisdiction. Appeal dismissed.

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