The Court of Civil Appeals dismissed the wife’s appeal from a divorce decree in Norman v. Norman, No. 2060587, released October 12, 2007. In that case, the trial court entered a judgment of divorce awarding custody of the parties’ children and ordering the father to make child support payments. The mother filed a motion to modify the child support obligations and for contempt. The father answered and filed a motion to stay pursuant to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, claiming that he was engaged in active military service. The trial court granted the motion to stay. The mother filed a motion to reconsider the trial court’s order granting a stay. The trial court denied that motion on February 22, 2007 and the mother appealed on March 29, 2007.