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On Feb. 19, 2019, the Minnesota Court of Appeals issued an unpublished custody modification decision in In re the Marriage of Rothen. Reversal was not terribly surprising. However, the fact that the affidavits from the parties’ children were received into evidence, and considered by the Fillmore County District Court, raises some eyebrows. Father and Mother ...
It’s time for us to look inside our family court system and question whether we’ve lost our way in protecting endangered kids. This is a call for reform.
Kremer v. Kremer is a “must-read” for all family law and estate planning practitioners.
Two unpublished opinions involving a reversal of the District Court.
On March 12, 2018, the Minnesota Court of Appeals reversed denial of a request to modify spousal maintenance.
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