WI Court of Appeals Case Corrects Silly Rule

By Attorney Gregg Herman
August 8, 2012

As I said in my previous post, the recent Court of Appeals case, Tierney v. Berger  appears to have corrected a silly rule in Wisconsin law:  A prohibition against “mixed” orders, which is an order which includes dollar-expressed and percentage-expressed support orders.

Writing that column made me think of other silly laws in this field.  So, here is a link to my followup column, which appeared in the July 26, 2012 edition of 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.