Family Law Blog

Prenuptial Agreements in Minnesota

By Allison Fredrickson

When getting married in Minnesota, whether it is a first or second marriage, you may want to sit down with a family law attorney to discuss the benefits of a prenuptial…

Unmarried Parents Rights and Responsibilities

Parenting rights for unmarried parents are an important consideration when you are getting ready for a new baby...

What is an Uncontested Divorce?

By Allison Fredrickson | Family & Divorce Law

There are two types of uncontested divorce. The first and most common type of uncontested divorce reflects a situation where…

Non-Traditional Parenting Time Schedules

By Allison Fredrickson | Family & Divorce Law

There are multiple things to be considered in order to make a child custody and parenting plan work for both the parents…

How is Child Support Calculated?

By Allison Fredrickson | Family & Divorce Law

Without getting too technical, child support law in Minnesota uses the ‘Basic Support Guideline’ to determine what is called…

What is a Contested Divorce?

By Allison Fredrickson | Family & Divorce Law

A contested divorce is where you and your spouse disagree on the major issues involved in your case. If you and your spouse…

Cohabitation Agreements

By Allison Fredrickson | Family & Divorce Law

Why do couples draft cohabitation agreements?

  • Many couples live together without getting married
  • Protect…

I want to Get Divorced Where Do I Start

By Allison Fredrickson | Family & Divorce Law

The starting point is different…

Why Choose Mediation to Determine Child Custody and Parenting Time?

Mediators don’t make decisions but they can help couples work through issues outside of the courtroom by facilitating a discussion.

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