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Single Fathers - Custody, Visitation and Fathers' Rights in Minnesota

My ex-girlfriend will not allow me to see my son. What can I do? This is a common question, and I am often giving the answer of: Nothing, until you go to court. The grim reality is this: Fathers who have children that were born out of wedlock are at… Read More
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My Custody Evaluation is Complete - Now What?

Child custody and parenting time evaluations, whether conducted by a private evaluator or court services, usually take anywhere from 3 to 6 months to complete. Once the evaluation is complete, your attorney will be given notice by receiving a copy of… Read More
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Parenting Time Expeditor in Minnesota

If you have persistent and significant disputes over parenting time, the court may appoint a parenting time expeditor to your case. A “PTE”, as it is also known, is unique in that he or she has the authority to make a binding decision con… Read More
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