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What Unmarried New Fathers in Minnesota Must Know

When is a father not a father? In Minnesota, the answer is sometimes, “when he’s not married to his child’s mother.” That is t… Read More
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The 2/2/5/5 Parenting Schedule: Important Considerations

Minnesota, like other states, operates on the premise that it is in a child’s best interests to have regular, frequent, and meaningful contact w… Read More
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School Choice

Its getting to be that time of year again, back to school. Which for some parents is a great relief, but for separated parents it can be quite stressf… Read More
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Helpful Books on Co-parenting

One of the most challenging aspects of any divorce can be learning how to cope with the changes that divorce brings, after the papers have been signed… Read More
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At What Age Can My Kid Decide to Live With Me?

For parents going through a divorce or attempting to modify a custody order, this is a question that is often on their minds.  In Minnesota, this que… Read More
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How Can I Modify Child Custody?

A child custody order will invariably affect the wellbeing of your children and influence the dynamics of your family life.  We often hear from conce… Read More
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Kids & Taxes: It’s not as easy as Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe

One of the thorniest issues in a divorce or custody and parenting time matter is who gets to claim the kids on their income tax returns.  It should n… Read More
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