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How To Establish And Enforce Your Rights As A Father In Family Court

  Rights For Single Fathers             Single fathers can have a hard time getting custody of their children if they’re facing allegations of abuse or are not on the child’s birth certificate or are fighting with an unreasonable ex. Timing

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Tips On How To Deal With Stress In Family Court

Parents Under Duress             Often times in family law parents are put through the ringer in terms of the stress involved in fighting for custody of their children. It’s not uncommon to hear stories of parents who have been going

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Filing First Can Help You Win Custody Of Your Kids

  Filing First Can Help You Win Your Case   There are definite pros and cons to filing first in a child custody or divorce case. In family law, what matters most is what’s down on paper. Having the right

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Put Your Children’s Needs Before Your Own

Being A Good Parent Means Putting Your Child First     Any parent that’s worth their salt will say this is obvious. As part of a family unit, your children depend on you for guidance in the world around them.

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Child Custody Plans And You

Child Custody Plans And You             A lot of parents are left scratching their heads about what to do about the custody arrangement they have with the mother or father of their children. Whether you’re still hammering out the details

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What To Know When Asking For Custody

What’s Your Best Option?                 The most common questions for parents involved in a divorce or custody situation are, “what are my chances of winning?” or “what will increase my chances of getting to see my children?”. The thing to

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Child Custody and Visitation Guidelines in Minnesota

MINNESOTA CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION MARRIED PARENTS             Parties who are married at the time of an infant’s birth have both legal and physical custody of their child.  However, in Minnesota, should you choose to legally separate or proceed with

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How To Win In Family Court As A Father

Fathers VS. The Court                 As a father trying to get custody of your child can seem like an uphill battle, the majority of the time this is in fact the case, however it is possible to win your case

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Caught Your Ex On Tape!!

Voice Recordings                 If you’re in a situation in which you’re in fighting your ex for custody and you have it on good authority that they’re not being entirely truthful, having proof that they say one thing and do another

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How To Provide Emotional Stability As a Parent

Emotional Stability for Kids                  There are a lot of resources out there for parents going to court for divorce and child custody and/or visitation. As a parent you’re trying to make a decision that’s in the child’s best interests

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