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June 2014 Archives

Case highlights child custody concerns for Minnesota's servicemen

A U.S. Navy sailor currently serving in a submarine somewhere in the Pacific Ocean is missing a child custody dispute over his 6-year-old daughter. According to reports out of Michigan, the sailor received full custody of his daughter after a divorce with his first wife. He subsequently remarried and has been living with his daughter and new wife in Washington state for the last four years.

What happens when a state considers changing parental rights?

Minnesota will have a front row seat as their neighbor to the west, North Dakota, considers a new law aimed at giving any parent the right to equal custody. According to reports, state legislators in North Dakota have obtained enough signatures to ensure that the new law will be on the general ballot in November.

Child support a stressor for divorced families in Minnesota

A new study published recently reveals that children with divorced parents have higher levels of obesity. The results of the study are blamed on the stressors inherent in any divorce proceedings. For instance, custody battles, child support and property settlements are all things that stress out parents getting divorced.

As divorces change, grandparents' rights center of many cases

This blog regularly focuses on parents going through divorce. During divorce, not only are an individual's financial welfare and rights to certain assets sometimes up in the air, but parents seeking a split must also go through the harrowing process of determining custody and visitation rights. Parents, though, are not the only stakeholders in a child's life.

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