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Inherent Authority to Appoint Counsel — Montana Supreme Court Order — Wisconsin Hearing

This is interesting.  On December 6, 2011, the Montana Supreme Court unanimously entered an  Order appointing counsel for a mother in a guardianship case.  The trial court had refused, citing lack of satutory authority.   The state Supreme Court held … Continue reading

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