Family Law

  • Stephanie W. v. Maxwell V.      In Stephanie W. v. Maxwell V., The mother reported that the father was manufacturing ...
  • Simone H. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services In Simone H. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services, The parent requested the lower court grant her access to records of ...
  • Rowan B., Sr. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services   In Rowan B., Sr. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services, the supreme court held that a denial of a parent’s request to access to information in a Child In Need of Aid (“CINA”) proceeding constitutes legal error where the trial court relies only on exceptions to disclosures under the Public Records Act ...
  • Molly O v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services   In Molly O vs. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services,  Jessica and Aaron ...
  • Limeres v. Limeres   In Limeres v. Limeres, Amy and ...
  • James R. v. Kylie R.   In James R. v. Kylie R., After finding both parents’ caretaking abilities adequate, the superior court ...
  • Emma D. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services In Emma D. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services, the supreme court held that the Office of Children’s Services (“OCS”) makes reasonable efforts to reunify a parent with her child, when OCS provides disability service referrals for the parent, assists the parent in finding housing, and attempts to contact the parent on ...
  • Sandberg v. Sandberg In Sandberg v. Sandberg,  In divorce proceedings against David Sandberg, Brianna Sandberg assisted in drafting and then signed a settlement agreement in which David received ...
  • Kollander v. Kollander In Kollander v. Kollander, Ms. Kollander sought to modify a pension division in a qualified domestic ...
  • Boulds v. Nielsen In Boulds v. Nielsen Boulds and Nielsen were an unmarried couple that cohabitated for 16 years, during which time they shared a ...

Family Law

  • Stephanie W. v. Maxwell V.      In Stephanie W. v. Maxwell V., The mother reported that the father was manufacturing ...
  • Simone H. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services In Simone H. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services, The parent requested the lower court grant her access to records of ...
  • Rowan B., Sr. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services   In Rowan B., Sr. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services, the supreme court held that a denial of a parent’s request to access to information in a Child In Need of Aid (“CINA”) proceeding constitutes legal error where the trial court relies only on exceptions to disclosures under the Public Records Act ...
  • Molly O v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services   In Molly O vs. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services,  Jessica and Aaron ...
  • Limeres v. Limeres   In Limeres v. Limeres, Amy and ...
  • James R. v. Kylie R.   In James R. v. Kylie R., After finding both parents’ caretaking abilities adequate, the superior court ...
  • Emma D. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services In Emma D. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services, the supreme court held that the Office of Children’s Services (“OCS”) makes reasonable efforts to reunify a parent with her child, when OCS provides disability service referrals for the parent, assists the parent in finding housing, and attempts to contact the parent on ...
  • Sandberg v. Sandberg In Sandberg v. Sandberg,  In divorce proceedings against David Sandberg, Brianna Sandberg assisted in drafting and then signed a settlement agreement in which David received ...
  • Kollander v. Kollander In Kollander v. Kollander, Ms. Kollander sought to modify a pension division in a qualified domestic ...
  • Boulds v. Nielsen In Boulds v. Nielsen Boulds and Nielsen were an unmarried couple that cohabitated for 16 years, during which time they shared a ...