Decision in Tierney Gets Right Result, But …

By Attorney Gregg Herman
August 6, 2012

While the court gets to the proper result (in my never-to-be-humble opinion) in Tierney v. Berger, it does so in a convoluted way.  In the process, it appears to allow “mixed orders” which would correct an anomaly in Wisconsin law.

What other anomalies are there?  My follow-up article is about “Silly Laws,” which I’ll post in a day or two. For more on the Tierney decision, see my recent column from the Wisconsin Law Journal.

Attorney Gregg Herman is a founding partner of Loeb & Herman S.C. in Milwaukee, WI. He practices family law exclusively, and can be reached via e-mail or by calling (414) 272-5632.