Both complaint and counterclaim alleged that the adverse party had been guilty of cruel and inhuman conduct, specifying particulars. The trial court made findings of fact of which those now material are: Bahr argued with his wife, struck her, and insisted on being the boss. He frequently told her to get out of the house and to get a divorce. He insisted on taking one of his girl friends along when he and Mrs. Bahr...
BAHR v. BAHR
272 Wis. 323 (1956)
BAHR, by Guardian ad litem, Respondent, vs. BAHR, Appellant.
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February 8, 1956.
March 6, 1956.
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