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UNPUBLISHED CIVIL OPINIONS FROM THE MINNESOTA COURT OF APPEALSA07-802
In the Matter of the Civil Commitment of:
Keith Roy Harding.
Appellant challenges his continued civil commitment as a developmentally
disabled person, arguing that the evidence is insufficient to support
the district court's determination that he is developmentally disabled
and that the district court's findings were insufficient as a matter of
law. We affirm.
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In re the Marriage of:
Lonn J. Viele, petitioner,
Patti Ann Viele,
In this dissolution appeal, appellant-husband argues that the district
court erred in (1) awarding wife sole physical custody of the children
and awarding husband less parenting time than he had during the
dissolution proceedings; (2) imputing income to husband without
evidentiary support and calculating his income; (3) determining that the
parties' home and land are entirely marital property; (4) awarding
occupancy of the home to wife without compensating husband; (5)
calculating the amount and duration of spousal maintenance; (6) failing
to credit husband's payments of certain debts against his child-support
and maintenance arrears; and (7) awarding wife conduct-based attorney
fees without making adequate supporting findings. We affirm in part,
reverse in part, and remand.
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