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Where have all the grievances gone?

Published: Thursday, November 11th, 2021

For about the last thirty years, my side job has been to serve as retained counsel, first for BAPR, then for OLR.

Political theater is not law

Published: Thursday, October 28th, 2021

One of the expected consequences of the COVID epidemic was disputes between parents regarding parenting children.

The high conflict divorce

Published: Wednesday, October 20th, 2021

One of the expected consequences of the COVID epidemic was disputes between parents regarding parenting children.

COVID AND CUSTODY: Surprising lack of litigation among parents over vaccines, masks

Published: Tuesday, October 5th, 2021

One of the expected consequences of the COVID epidemic was disputes between parents regarding parenting children.

ZOOM, ZOOM, ZOOM: Sometimes, in-person is better

Published: Thursday, August 26th, 2021

In a previous column, I commented that one of the few silver linings of the dark, dark cloud called Covid-19 is that it has led to an increased use of technology, such as Zoom, and the resulting avoidance of unnecessary costs.

Being a little married

Published: Monday, July 26th, 2021

There is a saying that you cannot be a little bit pregnant. Well, apparently, you can be a little married.

BEING JUDGEY: Why we should pick the best qualified candidates for the bench

Published: Tuesday, July 6th, 2021

The most discussed divorce case in social media today is the one recently filed by Bill and Melinda Gates. Although certainly not a typical divorce case, a few comments seem warranted, perhaps because of its unusual quality.

THE GATES DIVORCE: Proof, if any were needed, that money doesn’t equal happiness

Published: Wednesday, June 2nd, 2021

The most discussed divorce case in social media today is the one recently filed by Bill and Melinda Gates. Although certainly not a typical divorce case, a few comments seem warranted, perhaps because of its unusual quality.

CONTINGENT PLACEMENT: New law helps to rectify old misstep but doesn’t go far enough

Published: Wednesday, May 12th, 2021

A number of years ago, I dedicated a column in Wisconsin Law Journal to what I called “silly” laws in the field of family law. It was called “State needs to divorce itself from these family law rules,” and appeared in the July 2012 edition.

COURTS AND TECHNOLOGY: Greater embrace of innovation proves pandemic hasn’t been all bad

Published: Friday, April 30th, 2021

My dear late mother used to say: It takes an awfully ill wind not to blow some good.

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