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 Does my Criminal History Affect Custody Determinations?

When the court makes a custody determination, the judge is to consider the thirteen “best interest” factors that are set out in Minnesota Statute 518.17. These factors are taken into account for each proposed custodian, and the court makes a final determination by weighing each of the factors. The court cannot ...

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