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Family Law & Divorce
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Most matters that go before the courts have two sides. Adoption is no exception. This is especially true in the case of stepparent adoption. Whether you are trying to adopt or a petition has been filed to terminate your parental rights, it is important to understand the process of step-parent adoption. It is also of...
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Domestic Violence
Sometimes we do the wrong thing, especially when we are in a heated situation and we lose control of our emotions. This kind of situation can lead to causing a family or household member to be afraid for their safety. It may even end in you inflicting harm on them. When this happens, you can...
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There are two main types of placement options when it comes to adoption: direct placement and agency. To discover which is best for you, it’s important to understand the differences. Direct Placement Adoption vs. Agency Adoption Direct Placement A direct placement adoption, also known as independent or private adoption, results from a birth mother choosing...
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Thanks to TV and highly publicized divorces, many couples think a courtroom fight is the only way to discuss property division and finalize their divorce. This isn’t the case. Property division mediation is an option in cases that involve parties willing to negotiate, making it a great option for the division of marital property. Mediation...
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Unmarried fathers with children do not have the same rights as fathers who have children inside of marriage. For unmarried couples living together, establishing custody isn’t necessary. If you and your significant other decide to part ways, however, you must attempt to gain custody rights as an unmarried father. First Things First: Establish Paternity As...
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Not all divorces must involve difficult hearings in a courtroom. Mediation might be a viable option if you and your partner are willing to work amicably together towards a positive resolution. Preparing for Divorce Mediation: A Checklist If you’re considering mediation or you’re ready to prepare for the process, there are many steps to take....
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Divorce and child support cases are taxing and emotional for everyone involved. When there are questions of paternity, things become more complex. Your legal obligation to the child changes depending on proof of paternity. The goal is the welfare of the child but protecting yourself along the way is critical, too. A good lawyer can...
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In Minnesota, the law considers two different aspects of child custody. Physical custody is what most people think of when they consider child custody. It’s the routine care for the child and responsibility for where he or she lives. But, another aspect is just as important: legal custody. Legal custody refers to a parent’s right...
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An estate plan outlines your final wishes in the event of your death, including covering how to divide your assets and provide for your children. Should you get divorced, you will want to update your estate plan to help protect you and your family from undesired consequences. Why Is an Estate Plan Update So Important?...
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Child Custody
Divorces that include children will also include child custody and visitation. During this time, it’s best to keep your child’s routine as normal as possible, without major conflict. All visitations should begin with a cordial and safe custody exchange for the wellbeing of your child. Safe Visitation Greatly Benefits Your Child According to the Child...
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