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2010AP437 Mularski v. Mularski

Family Contempt Michael J. Mularski, pro se, appeals the circuit court’s order deciding contempt motions brought by him and his former wife Melinda Mularski. The circuit court found neither party in contempt, and ordered Michael to pay Melinda $1012.25 to resolve various financial matters between them that had arisen since their divorce. We affirm. This opinion will not be published. ...

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2010AP2550-FT In re the finding of contempt in In re the Estate of William R. Cape

Civil Procedure Contempt; attorney fees Christopher C. Cape appeals from a judgment and order finding him in contempt of court and assessing attorney fees, costs and interest. The trial court found that, despite a clear order by the court to promptly execute and deliver certain documents so that 110.806 acres of land could be partitioned, Cape continuously engaged in unwarranted ...

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2010AP1757 In re the Finding of Contempt in re the marriage of Poltrock v. Poltrock

Family Contempt Lance Poltrock appeals an order of the circuit court finding him in contempt and imposing sanctions. The contempt finding relates to an order that required Poltrock to pay a lump sum of past-due child support payments to his former wife. Poltrock concedes that he violated the order. His argument on appeal is that a portion of the contempt ...

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2010AP2208 McGinnis v. Jimenez

Juveniles Sanctions; contempt Mario Jimenez appeals an order sanctioning him for failing to comply with conditions imposed after he was found to have violated a municipal truancy ordinance. See Wis. Stat. § 938.55(6m)(ag). Jimenez argues the circuit court did not have authority to sanction him under § 938.355(6m)(ag) because that statute does not apply to persons who are seventeen years ...

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2009AP2020, 2010AP160 Perine v. Wild, et al.

Civil Procedure Contempt; sanctions We sua sponte consolidate these two appeals. See Wis. Stat. Rule 809.10(3). In 2009AP2020, Thomas Wild, J. Manuel Raneda, Esq., and The Law Offices of J. Manuel Raneda, LLC, appeal the Honorable Dennis P. Moroney’s June of 2009 order in a garnishment proceeding requiring “that by June 18, 2009, [Raneda and his Law Offices] shall pay ...

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2009AP2943 In re the marriage of: Pinto v. Harold

Family Child support; contempt Karen Pinto appeals from an order modifying child support, denying her interest on child-related expenses owed by John Harold, and denying her attorney fees because John was not in contempt for his failure to pay. Karen lists eleven issues and challenges the circuit court’s refusal to order placement with her when the children are ill or ...

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2009AP729 State, et al. v. Nelson

Family Physical placement; modification; contempt Elizabeth Harder appeals an order regarding physical placement. Harder argues that because the circuit court granted her motion to dismiss Lee Nelson’s motion to modify placement of their minor son, a motion for contempt associated with her placement enforcement action was never fully heard. Harder also claims the court improperly granted an injunction against her ...

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