Primary Residence and Custody

January 23, 2019

Child custody is an essential matter in any divorce.  Clearly, parents all just want what is best for their children, and during a divorce, ensuring that an order reflecting that best interest is essential.  A good custody order will protect the child’s health and well-being while also maximizing the amount of time the children spend […]

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Stay-at-Home Parents versus Working Parents – Who Is the Better Choice for Primary Custodian

January 18, 2019

During a marriage, the spouses lean on each other for love and support.  The way a household is run will vary from family to family, with each family finding its own way to make day to day activities and responsibilities go smoothly.  One of the most important allocation of responsibilities will be how the parenting […]

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Why Did I Lose My Custody Case?

January 7, 2019

Issues about child custody are often the hardest-fought battles in family law.  Child custody can also be one of the most subjective determinations.  When there is a contested child custody issue that a court needs to decide, the judge will make the decision based on particular factors set out in the Minnesota statutes.  These factors […]

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“Allocation of Parental Responsibilities” – What Does That Mean?

December 11, 2018

Parenting and custody issues are often some of the most highly disputed issues during any divorce case.  Parenting together with a partner during a harmonious marriage or relationship is difficult, and when the relationship falls apart, co-parenting can become even more challenging.  During a divorce or custody case, a court will need to make a […]

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