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Published: Sunday, March 1st, 1998
Wisconsin law has changed several times in the past several years regarding the balance between allowing one parent freedom to relocate and the need for children to have two involved parents. Recently, a court of appeals case, Hughes v. Hughes, 223 Wis. 2d 111 (Wis. App. 1998), appears to have moved the pendulum once again.
Published: Sunday, February 1st, 1998
Here are a few suggested rules for lawyers to adopt, not to kick each other in sensitive spots, but to help overcome fundamental impediments to settlement.
Published: Thursday, January 15th, 1998
The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 (“1997 Act”), which was signed into law on August 5, 1997, contains several provisions which affect the practice of divorce law. This article will highlight some of the key provisions.
Published: Friday, January 2nd, 1998
For years now, the legislature has been preoccupied with passing laws to effectively collect child support. These laws have done quite a bit of good and in some cases have been remarkably effective. Yet, in light of the most recent legislation, the question must be asked whether there is a point of diminishing returns.
Published: Thursday, January 1st, 1998
Two very recent cases decided simultaneously by the Vermont Supreme Court squarely addressed the issue of parental alienation, each with quite different results.