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Farhan  |  April 28, 2017

Preparing for a Social Early Neutral Evaluation in Minnesota

A popular process used to foster settlement for child-related issues is Social Early Neutral Evaluation (SENE). More information on SENE can be found here. The process uses evaluators that hear
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Courtney Wieden  |  April 26, 2017

What Is A Parenting Consultant And Can I Be Forced To Work With One?

A Parenting Consultant, often referred to as a “PC,” is a neutral third party that can be appointed by the Court (only if the parties agree) to assist couples with
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Farhan  |  April 7, 2017

Recognition of Parentage vs. Court Order: Understanding the Differences in Minnesota

In Minnesota, unwed parents can execute a Recognition of Parentage (ROP and pronounced as “rope”) at the birth of a child. A ROP is a sworn statement by both parents
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Farhan  |  February 3, 2017

Can my Child Testify in a Minnesota Court?

Parents often call my office wondering whether their child can testify in a family law proceeding. The law technically allows it, but most judges are reluctant in allowing a child
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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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Farhan  |  August 26, 2015

Child Custody Help: When Your Child is Taken Out of State

What happens when the other parent takes my child and moves to another state without my consent? We can give you the child custody help you need.In Minnesota, and in
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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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Clausen & Hassan  |  July 20, 2015

Changes in Family Law: Children with Special Needs

Family law in Minnesota is adopting a new approach on special needs children in a divorce. My previous post regarding upcoming changes in family law gave a brief overview of
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Clausen & Hassan  |  July 7, 2015

Changes in Minnesota Family Law: Best Interests of the Child

During the 2015 legislative session, the Minnesota legislature has drastically altered how the Court will look at the "best interest factors" The Minnesota Legislature has recently made significant changes to
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