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Posts tagged "Minnesota"

Dedicated advocacy for parents with relocation concerns

Even though the summer is supposedly one of the more carefree times of the year for adults and children alike -- a time devoted to backyard grilling, outdoor living and much-anticipated vacations -- it can sometimes prove to be difficult for divorced parents.

How much do you know about the termination of parental rights - IV?

For the last few months, our blog has spent some time discussing how and why parental rights are terminated here in Minnesota. Our purpose in doing so has been to debunk popular misconceptions and provide those who find themselves in these otherwise difficult scenarios with some much-needed answers.

Learning more about modification of child support orders - III

This week, we'll conclude our discussion of the circumstances under which payee parents -- those receiving child support -- and payor parents -- those making child support payments -- can request a modification of a child support order here in Minnesota.

Learning more about modification of child support orders - II

In a previous post, we started discussing what happens when circumstances change for divorced parents, such that the one parent encounters difficulty meeting their obligations or the other parent needs additional financial assistance to help cover the costs of raising the child.

How much do you know about divorce and financial Early Neutral Evaluation? - II

Last week, we started discussing how the legal system here in Minnesota recognizes that divorcing spouses often benefit -- both financially and emotionally -- from resolving matters prior to the commencement of litigation.

Learning more about modification of child support orders

Upon the conclusion of a divorce, many parents -- typically those awarded visitation rights in lieu of primary physical custody -- will be ordered to pay child support and will therefore have to make the necessary arrangements to ensure that they can meet these obligations going forward.

A closer look at paternity matters in Minnesota - III

Last fall, we started discussing the legally complex and often emotionally charged issue of paternity in an attempt to help set the record straight on a family law topic that has unfortunately become a plot device for some overly imaginative television shows.

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