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Objecting to a Commissioner's Recommendation

Commissioners make a lot of decisions in family law cases. However, their hearings are abbreviated. If a commissioner makes a mistake, a party can object and ask the judge to decide. However, parties should not slack off for the commissioner hearing.

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