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Courtney Wieden  |  May 17, 2017

How to Change Your Parenting Time Schedule in Minnesota

Sometimes people come to our office thinking that there is no way for them to change a parenting time schedule once it has been established. This is not true. It
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Farhan  |  January 27, 2017

Increasing Parenting Time in Post-Decree Divorce or Custody Cases in Minnesota

In many divorces or custody cases, one parent may be deemed the “custodial” parent and awarded the majority of parenting time. This leaves the other parent with less parenting time
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Clausen & Hassan  |  July 27, 2015

Changes in Family Law: Interference with Parenting Time

Has an ex-spouse interfered with your parenting time schedule? Divorcing parents often spend a great deal of time, and money, to get a parenting time schedule that promotes their child’s
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Farhan  |  March 18, 2015

Interference With Parenting Time In Minnesota

Normally it is fairly easy to set boundaries when a child is spending time in the home of the “on duty” parent during her/his parenting time (in other words: you stay on
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Farhan  |  February 3, 2014

Is it Possible to Limit the Amount of Parenting Time My Ex Spouse Will Have With Our Children?

Minnesota Statute §518.175, subd. 1, makes it clear that visitation rights are not absolute and are to be exercised only when in the best interest of the child.  Manthei v.
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Farhan  |  March 29, 2013

Minnesota Parenting Time and Visitation Modifications

A parent who is subject to a child custody Order and parenting access/time schedule, and who believes that he or she should be entitled to spend more time with her
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