Family Law

  • Moira M. v. State In Moira M. v. State, OCS took custody of ...
  • Mitchell v. Mitchell In Mitchell v. Mitchell, Michael and Johanna Mitchell married in 1996, had two children together, ...
  • Trevor M. v. State, Department of Health & Social Services In Trevor M. v. State, Department of Health and Social Services, A father visited his daughter on ...
  • Sharpe v. Sharpe In Sharpe v. Sharpe, Jolene Lyon, a non-custodial parent, was ordered to pay $1,507 to her ex-husband in monthly child support ...
  • Denny M. v. State, Department of Health & Social Services In Denny M. v. State, Department of Health & Social Services, the supreme court held that services provided by a therapeutic mental health court can be considered in determining whether the Office of Children’s Services (“OCS”) made “active efforts” to reunify a family, even when the therapeutic court and OCS have little to no ...
  • Susan M. v. Paul H.   In Susan M. v. Paul H., Paul was granted sole custody and Susan was granted supervised visitation; however, Susan retained custodial rights ...
  • Rowan B. v. State   In Rowan B. v. State In 2012, Rowan B.’s adult stepdaughter reported to the Office of Child ...
  • Wells v. Barile   In Wells v. Barile, Wells later remarried and had two children ...
  • Guerrero v. Guerrero In Guerrero v. Guerrero, the supreme court held that military benefits consisting entirely of disability retirement pay and disability benefits are not a divisible marital asset but are a factor in determining equitable division of marital property. A wife and husband dissolved their marriage and agreed to divide the marital home and husband’s military ...
  • Ruppe v. Ruppe In Ruppe v. Ruppe, In December 2012, after being married for fifteen years and having ...

Family Law

  • Moira M. v. State In Moira M. v. State, OCS took custody of ...
  • Mitchell v. Mitchell In Mitchell v. Mitchell, Michael and Johanna Mitchell married in 1996, had two children together, ...
  • Trevor M. v. State, Department of Health & Social Services In Trevor M. v. State, Department of Health and Social Services, A father visited his daughter on ...
  • Sharpe v. Sharpe In Sharpe v. Sharpe, Jolene Lyon, a non-custodial parent, was ordered to pay $1,507 to her ex-husband in monthly child support ...
  • Denny M. v. State, Department of Health & Social Services In Denny M. v. State, Department of Health & Social Services, the supreme court held that services provided by a therapeutic mental health court can be considered in determining whether the Office of Children’s Services (“OCS”) made “active efforts” to reunify a family, even when the therapeutic court and OCS have little to no ...
  • Susan M. v. Paul H.   In Susan M. v. Paul H., Paul was granted sole custody and Susan was granted supervised visitation; however, Susan retained custodial rights ...
  • Rowan B. v. State   In Rowan B. v. State In 2012, Rowan B.’s adult stepdaughter reported to the Office of Child ...
  • Wells v. Barile   In Wells v. Barile, Wells later remarried and had two children ...
  • Guerrero v. Guerrero In Guerrero v. Guerrero, the supreme court held that military benefits consisting entirely of disability retirement pay and disability benefits are not a divisible marital asset but are a factor in determining equitable division of marital property. A wife and husband dissolved their marriage and agreed to divide the marital home and husband’s military ...
  • Ruppe v. Ruppe In Ruppe v. Ruppe, In December 2012, after being married for fifteen years and having ...