How To Deal With An Unreasonable Family Court Judge There is an old joke that goes around law schools, it says that “A” students end up working for “B” students and “C” students become State Court Judges.  The reasoning is that students who get A’s are so focused on academics they miss out on what the law is really about, that is people and their problems.  They spend all their time in the library reading case notes and they forget (or never learn) how to deal with people. While the B students instead have a nice mix of academics and learn […]

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Family Court Judges and Divorce Proceedings As much as you might have hoped for a relatively amicable, out-of-court resolution to your divorce, sometimes it just doesn’t work out.  Maybe your ex is being stubborn about the division of your property, or maybe there’s a child custody issue.  So if you are headed to court, what can you expect the judge to be like?  Who is this man or woman in black robe? In Minnesota, there are ten judicial districts.  Your case will go to a family court judge for the judicial district in which you live.  A district can comprise […]

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