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You cannot contact the judge directly.  The proper procedure to deal with someone who is violating a court order is to file a  Motion requesting that the opposing party appear and show cause ...

Your court order should have specific language in it regarding school choice (usually in the "legal custody" section).  Either way, no, he has no authority to unilaterally select, or de-select, a ...

There is a subsantial change that has occurred by the incarceration of the child's father.  You can request a modification in the final judgment to change the time-sharing upon his release, espec ...

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Part 2: Reunification therapy after parental alienation

After a parent has been wrongfully alienated by the other parent of their children, reunification therapy is the professional approach often used to try to repair the situation and support the mental ...

Part 1: What is parental alienation?

At our law firm, we see parents in divorce who have developed relationships of extremely high conflict. It is impossible for parental conflict not to affect children, but harm to kids can be minimized ...

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

If you’re getting married, are you considering a prenuptial agreement with your soon to be spouse? Or, have you already entered marriage and are now considering a postnuptial agreement? Many peo ...

Parenting Agreement

Going through divorce can certainly be challenging for adults, but it can be just as unsettling for any children involved. After all, just as you may feel that your world is spinning out of control du ...

Prenuptial Agreements

Couples in Minnesota in the 18-to-34 age group might be more likely to want a prenuptial agreement compared to couples in the same age group in the past. Attorneys report an overall rise in the number ...

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