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When the Other Parent Lives in a Different State

Child custody matters can be difficult to handle when the other parent lives near you. But if one of you lives in another state, you might have to resolve procedural and jurisdictional disputes before you even get to the point at issue. In the past, parents often had to spend unnecessary time and money arguing Read More

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Proving that Relocation Is Not in Your Children’s Best Interests

Because you and your spouse go your separate ways after divorce should not also separate you from your children. Fortunately, Minnesota laws agree.  If your ex-spouse is the custodial parent and decides to move out of state, he or she must first get your permission or the court’s approval. If you withhold your permission, the Read More

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Are You Worried About Child Custody in Minnesota?

The end of a marriage is the beginning of a new way of life for parents and their children. Even with the best intentions, relationships with children change and adjust as child custody arrangements are decided and carried out. Understanding the factors used in making child custody decisions is essential if you are considering divorce Read More

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Visitation by Grandparents

To young children, grandparents are great — they give them candy and let them stay up past their bedtime, take them fishing or do other fun activities with them, and provide care in the absence of parents. When parties divorce or separate, the grandparents still want to be involved in their grandchildren’s lives and have Read More

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Third-Party Custody Options in Minnesota

If you are considering seeking the legal right to raise a non-biological child, it is important to have the assistance of a knowledgeable family law attorney. There are several legal considerations in third-party custody options. In Minnesota, there are several methods for a third party to obtain custody rights. They include: Delegation of powers by Read More

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When Can Minnesota Child Custody and Parenting Time Orders Be Modified?

Many couples believe that once their divorce is finalized, they are finished with family court proceedings. This is true in some situations, but when children are involved and your life circumstances undergo significant changes, you may need to modify your divorce decree. Many major events can happen after a divorce. When these kinds of life Read More

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