There is perhaps no more beautiful time of the year here in Minnesota than the autumn season. That's because during this three-month period before the onset of the cold, people will be treated to mild temperatures and picturesque landscapes framed by the brightly colored leaves.
The unfortunate reality is that the subject of paternity has become something of a running punchline over the last few years thanks to popular over-the-top talk shows. The reality, however, is that paternity is an extremely important topic with both legal ramifications and emotional considerations for all involved parties.
While you are more than likely accustomed to seeing recreational vehicles traveling on the interstate or parked at highway rest stops, you might do a double take if you noticed one parked outside the local courthouse. Now, imagine how shocked you'd be if this RV was painted bright pink, and manned by people in teal shirts handing out fliers to those exiting the courthouse.
One very basic human desire is a desire to receive one's fair share when a division occurs. This desire generally runs very strong for a person when in a divorce. No one wants to be left with less than what they deserve in a divorce-related property division.
When a couple with children makes the decision to pursue a divorce, there is a very good chance that they will be required to take some type of co-parenting class designed to teach them how to meet the needs of their children during this difficult time and how to deal with their various responses to new living arrangements.