I Was Married in another Country, Can I Get a Divorce in Minnesota?
The only requirement that Minnesota imposes in order to obtain a divorce, is that one spouse must have resided in Minnesota for at least six (6) months prior to bringing
Relocation with Minor Children From Minnesota
Once a divorce decree is issued in Minnesota (or anywhere else), and if Minnesota has jurisdiction to address issues involving divorce, a parent can request to relocate to another state
Summary of the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction
The Hague Convention on International Child Abduction gives child custody Orders a legal reach into other countries. While it is more often than not that parents of minor children, even when legally
Can I move from Minnesota to another state with my children after my divorce is finalized?
After a divorce is finalized, many parents find themselves in a state of transition. A part of this transition may include a contemplated move to another state to secure employment,
Interstate child support: Minnesota and Uniform Interstate Family Support Act
In our last discussion we covered the issue of moving between states with minor children and the child custody and parenting time laws that follow the child. The Uniform Child
Minnesota and Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
One of the freedoms that the United States Constitution affords residents is the right to determine where they live in this country. In some cases that can be more than
Islamic Divorces in Minnesota
Many Americans marry according to well-established religious practices in their church, temple, or mosque. Minnesota law outlines the procedure that various religions use in a marriage solemnization ceremony as follows:
Immigrant Issues in Minnesota Divorce
Divorces involving immigrants and non-U.S. citizens living in Minnesota are treated exactly as all other divorces. That is, immigrants and non-U.S. citizens enjoy the full protection of Minnesota laws and
Minnesota child custody and moving outside the state
While the majority of families going through divorce or child custody issues usually reside in the same state, that is not always the case. For example, consider the Matthews family.