In the case of Grant v. Grant, Del. Supr., No. 283, 2015 (Apr. 25, 2016), Justin Grant sought to challenge the Family Court order requiring him to pay $254.21 per month in alimony to Darlene Grant. Mr. Grant did not argue that in reaching its decision the Family Court had erred as a matter of law. To the extent he argued that the Family Court erred in its findings of fact, the Supreme Court noted those findings “will not be disturbed on appeal unless [they] are clearly wrong and justice requires they be overturned.” Id. at 3. However, Mr. Grant did not provide the Supreme Court with the transcript of the alimony hearing. The Supreme Court concluded that under the circumstances it had no basis to overturn the Family Court’s findings. The judgement of the Family Court was affirmed.