Family Law

Establishing Custody and Parenting Time for Unwed Fathers

Establishing Custody and Parenting Time for Unwed Fathers

(1) a child’s physical, emotional, cultural, spiritual, and other needs, and the effect of the proposed arrangements on the child’s needs and development;
(2) any special medical, mental health, or educational needs that the child may have that may require special parenting arrangements or access to recommended services;
(3) the reasonable preference of the child, if the court deems the child to be of sufficient ability, age, and maturity to express an independent, reliable preference;

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Baby on Board

My wife and I just celebrated the birth of our third child. That joyous event comes with it a whole bunch of new worries and plans like updating estate plans, opening college savings accounts, and applying for new insurance. The birth of a child also comes with the...

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Gathering Information For Your Divorce

You're thinking about a divorce. You feel overwhelmed and don't know what to do or where to start. There are so many unanswered questions. You hear friends and family talk about their divorce experience, and they may even try to give you advice. But, not all divorces...

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Dealing with division in Divorce

Minnesota is a "no fault" divorce state, which means courts will not financially punish or reward a party when dividing assets and debts because of good or bad behavior during the marriage. Generally speaking, the courts will "equitably" divide the marital assets and...

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