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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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Reaching a fair arrangement when ending a marriage can be a painful process. After all the effort that goes into reaching that stage, it can be maddening when your former spouse refuses to abide by its terms. There are several steps you can take to get things back on track. A Legally Binding Document A...
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We understand that for many people, low-cost DIY divorce web services can be attractive. But, most sites don’t provide the broad range of legal advice you really need when you are taking one of the biggest steps in your life—getting a divorce. Especially when children are involved, it is extremely important to work with a...
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In almost every situation, you can file for divorce in Minnesota even if you were married in a foreign country. The most important considerations are: Whether the marriage is valid in the country in which it was performed Ensuring that your out-of-state spouse receives proper notice that the divorce is being filed If Your Spouse...
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High Asset
It is very rare that any divorce is finalized without at least a few challenges. And when it comes to couples with significant wealth and assets, the divorce process involves many unique hurdles that must be overcome before the next chapter in life can begin. If you’re facing a high-asset divorce, effectively addressing each of...
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At our Elk River law firm, we sometimes handle divorces for military families. Our clients want to know how the law affects them when they—or their spouses—are in the military. We tell them that, generally, divorces are the same for military personnel as they are for civilians. But, things can get more complicated, especially when...
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When children get caught in the middle of a divorce, it can cause long-term damage to them and to your relationship with them. If one parent takes his or her anger out on a child, the results can be tragic. An Extreme Case of a Child Getting Caught in the Crosshairs In September 2017, the...
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An unmarried father has few parental rights until the State considers the father to be the child’s “legal” father. Fathers, or those who deny being the father, have a few options to protect their rights: Acknowledge paternity by signing a legal document called a “Recognition of Parentage” (ROP), or Have a judge determine that you...
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Going through a divorce after a second go-around can be just as difficult as the first. You’re probably wondering how this can be happening again and worry about your kids, your spouse’s kids, and any children you may have had together. It’s also likely daunting to be thinking about dividing up property and financial obligations....
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Have you had it with your ex? Can you even remember why you married the father or mother of your children? Are you ready to call it quits completely, no matter the cost? Take a deep breath. Know that you are not alone. And realize that your children need you to be a bigger person...
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