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Can Your Parenting Plan Be Too Detailed?

There’s no doubt that a lack of detail in custody agreements and parenting plans can send parents back to court seeking clarification. To avoid this, some parents try to envision every possible… Read More
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Are Judges the Best Way to Find Justice in Your Divorce?

“I want my day in court!” We hear this over and over from clients, usually those who have been privately wronged and want to be publicly vindicated in a court of law, with a judge declarin… Read More
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Categories: Minnesota Divorce
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Your Child's Financial Aid and Your Divorce

All parents face challenges when a child approaches college age, but divorced parents face extra challenges: the end of child support, possible changes to parenting time, and, of course, financial aid… Read More
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Categories: Minnesota Divorce
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Social Media and Orders for Protection

While social media can wrap its tendrils around several aspects of a family law case, one of the more serious impacts social media can have is in cases where an Order for Protection (OFP) is in plac… Read More
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Categories: Minnesota Divorce
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Your Perception is Not Reality in a Divorce

Have you ever heard the expression “blind man’s zoo?” It refers to a story in which a number of blind men surrounded an elephant and were attempting to describe it. One with a hand o… Read More
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Categories: Minnesota Divorce
Funding Your Child's Divorce: Money into Black Hole

Don't Blow Your Retirement Savings on Your Child's Divorce!

It’s common to hear about parents breaking the bank to pay for a child’s dream wedding; comedic movies and TV shows have even been built around this premise. But nobody makes a show about… Read More
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How Can a Grandparent or Third Party Adopt a Child?

Children need love, guidance, care, and protection. Usually parents provide that care, often with the support of other adults in the child’s life. But as we all know, there are times when biolog… Read More
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Divorce for Professionals: Tips for Busy Professionals Facing Divorce

Divorce is never easy. But if you’re a busy professional, such as a physician, dentist, certified professional accountant, or an attorney, divorce holds special challenges for you. You may be wo… Read More
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Categories: Minnesota Divorce
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How to Talk to Young Children About Divorce

If you divorce when your child is a teen, they will have friends with divorced parents and a frame of reference from which to understand their new reality. If you divorce when your child is a baby, th… Read More
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Categories: Minnesota Divorce
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Limited Scope Representation: What is It, and Will It Work for You?

Over the past few years, a new trend in the legal profession has started to emerge: limited scope representation. Also known as “unbundling”, limited scope representation means that instead of hir… Read More
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Categories: Minnesota Divorce

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