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Children And Family Conflicts Concept. Little Girl Sitting Upset After Parents Argue
Can a Child Choose Which Parent to Live With? Most divorcing or separating parents have serious concerns and questions about child custody. The parents may no longer get along, but they usually want to do everything they can to have strong relationships with their children, and where the kids live has a lot to do...
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Man and Women Lawyers Going Over Legal Plan
Contrary to the popular belief of Hollywood filmmakers, divorce doesn’t always have to be a knockdown, drag-out fight between two people whose love for one another has withered away. In fact, many divorces resolve amicably, by two people who simply realized that a life together was no longer the best option for them. In these...
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House Keys and Money
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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Scissors Cutting Marriage Certificate
The end-of-year holidays often cause couples to forego making decisions about divorce. Whether it’s nostalgia, money or not wanting to upset the kids, it was easy to put off a decision. But now, reality sets in and bills from holiday spending start to roll in. Likewise, the New Year often brings with it a spike...
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Family Thanksgiving Dinner
The holiday season is a time for joy and peace. It offers bountiful opportunities to spend time with the ones you love. But it also brings with it the possibility of hurt and anger when it comes to child custody and parenting time disputes. Keep your season bright by following these helpful tips. Speak With...
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Portrait Of Grandparents Reading To Grandchildren On Sofa
At White & Associates, we’ve seen an increase in child custody and visitation cases involving grandparents here in Minnesota. It could be economic circumstances or other factors, but Minnesota families are changing—and grandparents are among the adults most affected by those changes. Grandparents—who have been involved in the lives of their grandchildren for years—risk being...
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