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Enforcement of Court Orders
When it comes to a divorce proceeding, what the court decides must be followed. While it is possible to appeal the decision, you will need to follow court orders until the appeal has been considered and accepted or denied. Furthermore, while it is possible to have modifications to child support, alimony and child custody agreements,...
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In Minnesota there are orders for protection and harassment restraining orders. Although both protect an individual from another who is considered to be a danger, they are very different. An order for protection, or OFP, is a document that is signed by a judge. This document tells an alleged abuser to stop abusing the individual...
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Sometimes divorces and child custody battles escalate if one party gets angry with the other.  This can leave one partner fearing for their safety or the safety of their children.  To protect against the possibility of physical or verbal abuse, Minnesota law allows residents to file an Order for Protection (OFP) against a certain individual....
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An Order for Protection (OFP) is a tool that a person can use to protect themselves or their children against an abuser that they are related to, married to or were married to, live or have lived with, have a child with, or have a significant romantic relationship with. Relief through an OFP Through an OFP, the Court...
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In the state of Minnesota, if you are the victim of domestic abuse you may be able to obtain an Order for Protection. When an incident of violence occurs during the divorce process or even in a custody dispute once the papers have been filed, a victim is still able to use the court process...
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