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November 2012 Archives

Deported father fights for child custody

Minnesota residents may be interested to know about an unusual child custody case where a Mexican father has lost custody of his children in the United States because of immigration issues. In this case, the mother and the children are United States citizens and the father is a Mexican citizen. The mother previously lost custody and was placed in jail for reasons that are not immediately clear. Subsequently, the father lost custody because he was deported to Mexico by Federal Immigration Officials due to his commission of traffic violations. The children ended up in foster care.

Deported father fights for child custody

Minnesota residents may be interested to know about an unusual child custody case where a Mexican father has lost custody of his children in the United States because of immigration issues. In this case, the mother and the children are United States citizens and the father is a Mexican citizen. The mother previously lost custody and was placed in jail for reasons that are not immediately clear. Subsequently, the father lost custody because he was deported to Mexico by Federal Immigration Officials due to his commission of traffic violations. The children ended up in foster care.

Keep an eye on insurance coverage after divorce

Divorce is a difficult time for any Minnesota resident, no matter how amicable or well organized the process is. After divorce, a significant challenge for many couples going through a complex asset divorce is figuring out insurance coverage for both spouses. Insurance may be an afterthought to some people, but the reality is that many families choose to get insurance through a spouse's employer and that coverage doesn't automatically continue after a divorce.

Keep an eye on insurance coverage after divorce

Divorce is a difficult time for any Minnesota resident, no matter how amicable or well organized the process is. After divorce, a significant challenge for many couples going through a complex asset divorce is figuring out insurance coverage for both spouses. Insurance may be an afterthought to some people, but the reality is that many families choose to get insurance through a spouse's employer and that coverage doesn't automatically continue after a divorce.

Hiding assets during divorce has serious consequences

Hiding assets during a divorce proceeding is a common practice among many divorcing people. This is most likely true for many people going through high asset divorces in Minnesota as well as in other parts of the country. In the U.S., about 31 percent of estranged spouses with combined assets lie about their assets during divorce. In a high net worth divorce, the divorcing spouses often use various tricks to hide assets from one another.

Hiding assets during divorce has serious consequences

Hiding assets during a divorce proceeding is a common practice among many divorcing people. This is most likely true for many people going through high asset divorces in Minnesota as well as in other parts of the country. In the U.S., about 31 percent of estranged spouses with combined assets lie about their assets during divorce. In a high net worth divorce, the divorcing spouses often use various tricks to hide assets from one another.

Non-custodial parent struggles to remove son's DNR order

After a separation and divorce, the parent with primary physical custody often makes the majority of the day-to-day decisions concerning the child. However, there are certain decisions pertaining to the child that should be made by both parents regardless of who has physical custody of the children. This is not only true for Minnesotans but also for parents everywhere when it comes to child custody.

Non-custodial parent struggles to remove son's DNR order

After a separation and divorce, the parent with primary physical custody often makes the majority of the day-to-day decisions concerning the child. However, there are certain decisions pertaining to the child that should be made by both parents regardless of who has physical custody of the children. This is not only true for Minnesotans but also for parents everywhere when it comes to child custody.

Football player's child custody suspended for parental kidnapping

The custody battle of a former football player has taken a bitter turn and Minnesota readers may be interested to learn the facts. The a district court recently issued a stay on the custody case of Mark Grabowski over his 11-year-old son, after he was accused of parental kidnapping. The judge also issued an order that suspended the father's right to visit his son.

Football player's child custody suspended for parental kidnapping

The custody battle of a former football player has taken a bitter turn and Minnesota readers may be interested to learn the facts. The a district court recently issued a stay on the custody case of Mark Grabowski over his 11-year-old son, after he was accused of parental kidnapping. The judge also issued an order that suspended the father's right to visit his son.

Custody exchange safe zone established by sheriff's department

For many busy Minnesota families, finding a safe, accessible time and place to exchange custody of a child or several children can be a challenge. From switching out car seats to managing traffic and complex schedules, making the transfer from one parent to another can often be the source of confusion and chaos.

Custody exchange safe zone established by sheriff's department

For many busy Minnesota families, finding a safe, accessible time and place to exchange custody of a child or several children can be a challenge. From switching out car seats to managing traffic and complex schedules, making the transfer from one parent to another can often be the source of confusion and chaos.

High-conflict divorces can take a toll on Minnesota families

Many Minnesota residents who have been through a divorce would probably agree that the hardest parts of the process were when the situation became more adversarial, and that the court appearances were stressful for the whole family.

High-conflict divorces can take a toll on Minnesota families

Many Minnesota residents who have been through a divorce would probably agree that the hardest parts of the process were when the situation became more adversarial, and that the court appearances were stressful for the whole family.

Minnesota father charged with violating no contact order

Minnesota families know that domestic violence cases can be very complex. There are a lot of factors at play and oftentimes families attempt to solve the problem amongst themselves, believing that it is a family matter and that the police should not be involved. However, there are many cases where this is the wrong approach to take, because people may be at risk verbal or physical abuse, serious injury or even death.

Minnesota father charged with violating no contact order

Minnesota families know that domestic violence cases can be very complex. There are a lot of factors at play and oftentimes families attempt to solve the problem amongst themselves, believing that it is a family matter and that the police should not be involved. However, there are many cases where this is the wrong approach to take, because people may be at risk verbal or physical abuse, serious injury or even death.

Protecting Your Image in Family Court

There is a common sentiment among men facing custody and child support issues--essentially that they will not get a fair shake in court. While there may be some truth to support those feelings, the stereotypes that men must deal with are certainly different than those that women encounter. For example, a stay-at-home father, must deal with the common presumption that dad should get a job and provide for the family (even if dad has a history staying home with the kids). When mom is the primary caretaker, this presumption may not exist.

Protecting Your Image in Family Court

There is a common sentiment among men facing custody and child support issues--essentially that they will not get a fair shake in court. While there may be some truth to support those feelings, the stereotypes that men must deal with are certainly different than those that women encounter. For example, a stay-at-home father, must deal with the common presumption that dad should get a job and provide for the family (even if dad has a history staying home with the kids). When mom is the primary caretaker, this presumption may not exist.

What You Can Learn From Celebrity Divorces

The news of where (and when) Suri Cruise would spend time with her father, actor Tom Cruise, dominated headlines as the mainstream media braced for what was expected to be a long, drawn out court battle after Katie Holmes filed for divorce. Fortunately for everyone involved (except the media, perhaps) the parties reached a quick settlement on custody and parenting time.

What You Can Learn From Celebrity Divorces

The news of where (and when) Suri Cruise would spend time with her father, actor Tom Cruise, dominated headlines as the mainstream media braced for what was expected to be a long, drawn out court battle after Katie Holmes filed for divorce. Fortunately for everyone involved (except the media, perhaps) the parties reached a quick settlement on custody and parenting time.

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