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Bacon, It's What's for Dinner

I am frequently asked about things a divorced parent can do during their weekend with the children.

It’s easy to run out of things “to do.” And the constant eating out, movies and going to the store can get expensive. 155 more words

Child Custody

The Draconian Sub-Society of Family Court. Part II -- Fraud, Perjury, & Kidnapping

Until 2010, I never would have believed it was possible to perpetrate drastic fraud upon a court of “law” and suffer no consequences.  I also never would have believed that family courts could be used to pull off kidnappings without repercussions.   1,473 more words

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Child Custody

Sadly, not every marriage can maintain a ‘happy ever after’, leading many couples to divorce. In the midst of a marital split, there may be children involved and each parent may have their own ideas as to how their offsprings should be looked after and who should look after them. 510 more words

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Change from Equal Parenting Time to Unequal Time Affirmed in Johnson City: In re Jesslyn C.

Facts: Mother and Father are the never-married parents of Child. Their agreed parenting plan provided for equal parenting time via an alternating weekly schedule. Mother was designated the primary residential parent. 749 more words

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Ask Carolyn: "Last year, the mother did not return (our) children when she was supposed to...I heard this might be kidnapping..."

Dear Carolyn:

I am the father of two children, ages 10 and 12.  The mother of the children lives in West Virginia, where she moved after our divorce.  541 more words

Child Custody

Fee Waivers for Minnesota Divorce Parties- The Outline

Minnesota has some of the highest court filing fees of any state and the fees keep increasing.  Minnesota, however, has a procedure set out in Minn. 416 more words

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Tip: Save Time and Money in Your Minnesota Divorce by Getting All Information to Your Attorney

Want to save money in getting a divorce or in any other family law matter?  One of the best ways is to simply follow-though and provide your attorney with the information that he or she needs to draft the pleadings or settlement documents. 618 more words

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