The Role of a Custody Evaluation in the Settlement Process
Custody Evaluations can help build peace in your case, depending on the specific circumstances. A Custody Evaluation involves a neutral evaluator performing an evaluation of your family. The neutral will
Minnesota Custody Laws & Unmarried Parents
There’s a common story amongst unmarried dads that I hear. A child is born and the unmarried parents work well together for a period of time, until things deteriorate. Then
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.
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
Minnesota Court Guidelines for Parenting Time for Kids of All Ages
If kids are involved, clients want to know what they can expect for parenting time. First off, parents need to realize that there is no “wrong” answer. Rather, the Courts
I Want to Change My Child’s School in Minnesota: How Long Does it Take?
It’s that time of year where the school year is starting to wind down and your child’s summer vacation is looming. This gets parents thinking about the next school year.
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
Custody Disputes Involving a Parent in the United Stated on a Visa
Custody matters may not always involve two parents who are U.S. Citizens. Often nationals from other countries will be admitted to the U.S. on a U.S. Visa (e.g., student visas
Parent Education Program: A Requirement in Divorce and Custody Cases in Minnesota
Minnesota Statute 518.157 created the requirement that all proceedings where custody or parenting time is contested “parents of a minor child shall attend a minimum of eight hours in an