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How do you obtain a divorce in Minnesota?

According to reports, many couples in Minnesota are either thinking about divorcing or are in the middle of obtaining a divorce. As recently as 20-30 years ago, divorce was rarely discussed. However, things are different now. Divorce is far more accepted than it used to be. So, how does a couple obtain a divorce in Minnesota?

Minnesota child support issues: professional advice may help

Minnesota couples would agree family law matters can be very sensitive. Whether it is a divorce or issues related to alimony or child support, a person will likely need an experienced attorney who has successfully handled cases related to divorce, child support or child custody.

What types of child custody exist in Minnesota?

In Minnesota, as in other U.S. states, parenting and child custody can become complicated issues when a couple files for divorce. Child custody can also become an issue if domestic violence is reported against a parent, if a child lives with another family member, such as a grandparent, or if a juvenile delinquency case has been reported against a child.

Changing a child support order in Minnesota

A divorce can bring about a whole host of complications, particularly if children are involved. Who will have the legal custody of the child? What about child support? Can the spouses come to an agreement with a shared parenting plan? These are some of the questions that couples in Minnesota will need to address during the divorce process.

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