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– from Alice E. in Bayside, WI

Question Details:

My husband and I are going through a divorce, I feel he is going to bring in evidence of why he should have placement for our children. However the evidence may be disputable. If evidence is ambiguous, what happens?

Family Law Attorney Response:

Thank you for your question.

It is the duty of the trial court to make a factual determination and resolve ambiguity when evidence permits more than one reasonable inference concerning the intent.

Give me a call if you have any other questions.

Trisha Festerling, J.D.

Family Law Attorney

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