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{¶ 34} The third assignment of error is overruled.

FOURTH ASSIGNMENT OF ERROR

{¶ 35} “THE TRIAL COURT FAILED TO APPRECIATE THE IMPOSSIBILITY

OF THE ORDERED OBLIGATION DUE TO APPELLANTS CURRENT FINANCIAL

SITUATION AND FAILED TO GRANT RELIEF UNDER OHIO CIVIL RULE

60(B)(4),(5).”

{¶ 36} Plez did not file a notice of appeal from the trial

court’s order denying Plez’s motion for Civ.R. 60(B) relief.

Therefore, we lack jurisdiction to review the error assigned.

{¶ 37} The

fourth

assignment

of

error

is

overruled.

The

judgment of the trial court will be affirmed.

BROGAN, J. concurs.

FROELICH, J. concurs in judgment only.

Copies mailed to:

Thomas J. Buecker, Esq. Frank J. Patrizio, Esq. Hon. Christopher Gee

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