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The best way to address the issue of the non-payment of alimony is to file a motion to enforce the final judgment and for contempt since your former husband has not complied with the prior court order ...

You can let CPS know what's going on. If you don't feel safe living with your father, they will take steps to make sure you feel safe, including removing you from his care if they think he is a danger ...

You cannot get married through the mail.

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Most Minnesota couples enter into marriage with optimism about its long-term success but are likely mindful of the conventional wisdom that about one half of all unions ultimately fail. The desire to ...

HOW IS MARITAL PROPERTY DIVIDED?

Whether the subject is child custody, child support, or alimony, divorce can be overwhelming. One of those difficult decisions is how to divide up marital property between spouses. Before a judge will ...

BACK TO SCHOOL CO-PARENTING TIPS

The start of a new school year is an exciting time for parents and kids alike. There are new friends and teachers to meet and new adventures to explore. Going back to school also means the return to t ...

Oi vey: Getting the get in a Florida divorce

A Jewish woman in Florida facing divorce may encounter a legal challenge if it is important to her to receive a “get” from her husband. A get is a religious document the husband must sign ...

How can my wife drop a PFA against me?

Q: I have a 2-year PFA against me from my wife. She just emailed me a pretty sobbing story on how she was wrong. I refuse to reply or contact her by any means except by lawyer. Can it be any lawyer? O ...

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