The Cook decision is an interesting read on a number of levels.
On March 30, 2020, the Minnesota Court of Appeals issued its decision in Warrington v. Warrington.
On Feb. 18, 2020, the Minnesota Court of Appeals issued an unpublished decision in In re the Marriage of Suhsen and Suhsen.
On the surface JMM seems to address a relatively simple question involving a name change. A deeper reading reveals more.
On Dec. 30, 2019, the Minnesota Court of Appeals issued a “no-holds-barred” reversal in a termination of parental rights case venued in Hennepin County.
Aside from the slew of reversals involving child protection cases over the last month, the Minnesota Court of Appeals was busy dealing with other issues more pertinent to family court practitioners.
The Minnesota Supreme Court issued an opinion destined to challenge a lot of assumptions surrounding custody and parenting time issues.
Increasing use of assisted reproductive technologies and open adoption, coupled with the recognition of same-sex marriage, have redefined the meaning of family itself.
It was a busy month at the Minnesota Court of Appeals, with a significant number of family law reversals issued over the last 30 days.
On July 1, 2019, the Minnesota Court of Appeals issued its decision in Nelson v. Nelson.
The termination of parental rights is an extraordinary power possessed by District Court judges.
April was a relatively active month for family law appellate decisions.
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