Five Tips to Help you Prepare for a Minnesota Divorce Mediation
Research Mediators It is important to select the right mediator for the specific factual and legal issues in your case. The mediator you select for your case should also be
Default Judgment: Do Not Ignore Your Divorce or Custody Case in Minnesota
If you’ve failed to participate in your divorce case (or custody), you may face Default Judgment. This occurs when the Court finds that you have not properly asserted your defenses
What is a “Void” Marriage in Minnesota?
Under Minnesota Law, there are some marriages that are prohibited and, therefore, automatically void. In other words, you do not need a divorce, annulment, or any other legal proceeding to
Unmarried Dads: The Reason You Shouldn’t Wait to Establish Custody and Parenting Time in Minnesota
There’s a common story amongst unmarried dads that I hear. A child is born and the parents work well together for a period of time, until things deteriorate. Then the
Co-Parenting: Three Ways to Make Summer Vacation Go Smoothly
Summer vacation provides children with a break from school and homework. This time of the year also provides an excellent opportunity for parents to spend more time with their children.
Can I get out of my Mediated Agreement?
You went to mediation or an Early Neutral Evaluation (Social Early Neutral Evaluation or Financial Early Neutral Evaluation) and came to a mediated agreement. If you are looking to find
Cooperation Can Go a Long Way in your Minnesota Divorce
Going through a divorce is a difficult and emotional process. If you choose to work with an attorney, you should strategize with your attorney on how to proceed with the
Changing a Child’s Name in Minnesota
One thing that many people don’t think to address in a divorce or custody case is changing the surname of the child(ren). After-the-fact, one parent may want the child(ren) to
Preparing For A Divorce in Minnesota: What Should I Do?
People anticipating or who are ready to start a divorce often want to know how to prepare. While there is no way to 100% prepare yourself for a divorce, you