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Family – post-divorce motions

Wisconsin Court of Appeals

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Family – post-divorce motions

Larry Anderson, pro se, appeals from an oral ruling in which the circuit court denied several of his post-divorce motions. However, Mr. Anderson fails to present any comprehensible appellate arguments. Accordingly, we grant Cindy Anderson’s motion for costs, court fees, and attorney fees incurred for responding to a frivolous appeal. Because Mr. Anderson has repeatedly used the judicial system to make vague, malicious, and unsupported accusations against virtually every person involved in his divorce action — including the circuit court judge and numerous attorneys — we also deem it appropriate to limit Mr. Anderson’s access to the courts until those costs, court fees, and attorney fees have been paid. We remand to the circuit court for a determination of the amount of costs, fees, and attorney fees to which Ms. Anderson is entitled. This opinion will not be published.

2012AP2804 In re the marriage of: Anderson v. Anderson

 

Dist III, Brown County, Kelley, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Anderson, Larry David, pro se; For Respondent: Loomis, Robert B., Appleton

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