Family Law Blog

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a confidential process that assists people in coming up with solutions to their disagreements. Mediation is different than Court because the parties are in charge of the outcome. When parties take their disagreements…

Things to Consider in a Second Marriage

By Allison Rapp Fredrickson | Family & Divorce

Statistically speaking, second marriages are more likely to end in divorce than first marriages. When contemplating a second…

Five Reasons for Family Law Mediation

Divorce and Family Law Mediation, the affordable and sensible alternative

Parental Alienation

Sometimes the alienation is subtle, parents making it difficult for the other parent to have regular contact...

Changes to Child Support Based on Number of Overnights

Effective Aug. 1, 2018 Minnesota courts will start using a new parenting expense adjustment law when calculating child support.

Modification of Spousal Maintenance

Life brings frequent and sometimes unexpected changes. In some cases, these changes may affect court mandated spousal maintenance awards. Here’s a little information about the legal process Minnesota courts employ to determine…

Co-Parenting Through the Holidays

The holiday season is right around the corner! The holiday season should be a happy and enjoyable time for you and your family. For divorced families, however, the holidays may also prompt feelings of stress and anxiety. Here…

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