Can I Deny Parenting Time to my Ex is they are not Paying Child Support?

No. Child support and parenting time are considered two separate issues. A parent cannot deny parenting time to the other because that parent is not paying child support or is behind on their child support payments. Attached to all court orders dealing with child support and/or spousal maintenance is a ...

How Infidelity Affects Divorce Proceedings

Cheating scandals are commonplace in the news today, and many of these couples opt for a divorce.  While infidelity takes certain emotion and physical tolls, it may have a varying effect on divorce settlements and payments. A No-Fault State Minnesota is considered a “no-fault” state when it comes to divorce, ...

2020-08-27T16:59:41-05:00December 19, 2012|Categories: Divorce, Family Law Blog, Father's Rights, Property Division|Tags: , , |

What is a Recognition of Parentage (ROP)?

A Recognition of Parentage (ROP) is generally a document that unmarried parents sign at the hospital after the birth of their child. However, a ROP can be signed up until the child turns the age of majority. Under Minnesota law, if a minor child is born after both parents are ...

Paternity Action with an Ex Boyfriend? Yes You Have to Tell Your Husband

If a woman has a child with someone other than her spouse, her spouse must be joined in the paternity action. Minnesota Statute §257.60 states that each man presumed to be the father and each man alleged to be the biological father, shall be made parties in a paternity action. There are ...

2020-08-27T16:54:39-05:00September 16, 2011|Categories: Family Law Blog, Father's Rights|Tags: , |
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