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Do I need a Co-habitation Agreement?

A co-habitation agreement is a written agreement between two domestic partners that choose to live together without getting married.  Such an agreement can describe the property rights and anticipated cash flow of living together.  A co-habitation agreement can set...

Do you think your child is in danger?

If you have an existing custody arrangement, and you think that arrangement is putting your child in danger, you may want to initiate a modification to your custody arrangement. A motion must be made before the court requesting the modification, and evidence must be...

Child Support

If a child’s parents are divorced or separated (or even never married at all), support is be paid from one parent to the other to provide for the child’s care and well-being. Traditionally it is one parent seeking child support payments from the other parent of the...

Child Custody – Visitation Schedule

In a custody case, both physical custody and legal custody must be agreed upon or determined by a judge. Legal custody specifies which parent, or both parents if joint legal custody, has the right to  make important decisions for the child(ren) including education,...

Affairs and Divorce

Minnesota is a no fault state, which means that a party can ask for divorce without any specific reason other than irretrievable breakdown of marriage. However, being a no fault state also means that having an affair is not typically considered in the issues reviewed...

Best Interest of the Child

Custody arrangements should be arranged based on the best interest of the child. If parents cannot negotiate a custody settlement agreement outside of court, the court will review the facts of the case and look at specific factors in their evaluation. Those factors...