How you can be held in contempt of court in a Minnesota child support or other family law proceeding “Contempt of court” is one of those terms that is easy to hear over and over again on TV courtroom dramas without ever really understanding it.  But, if you’re involved in a Minnesota child support case, divorce, or similar family law proceeding, you should know what contempt of court is and how it can apply to you. So what is it? There are two different kinds of contempt:  criminal contempt and civil contempt.  Criminal contempt is a criminal offense that you […]

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