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Parenting Consultant

Parenting Consultants (also called PC’s) are available to assist parents in addressing problems in communication between the parents, establishing and modifying parenting plans and more.

Payment of Child Support

In Minnesota child support can be collected directly by the parent to whom it is paid, or collected on behalf of the parent by the MN Child Support Payment Center.

Online Parenting Class

Many of the counties allow Court approved online parenting classes for separating and divorcing families. The courses have been adapted for online presentation from the nationally acclaimed Parents Forever program, a research‐based program designed and tested by educators at the University of Minnesota, for parents going through divorce. It encourages parents to negotiate their divorce […]

Child Custody Evaluations

Custody evaluations may be needed when parents cannot agree on what parenting arrangements are in the best interests of the children. Click to learn more.

Definitions of Custody

Learn more about the legal definitions of custody, how physical, legal, joint and sole custody are different from each other and what each one entails.

Educational Requirements

Education is designed to help parents and children understand the impact of separation and divorce on children and provide techniques to minimize conflict.

Guardian Ad Litem

Learn more about what a guardian ad litem is and what they do. For questions and help with your case call our attorneys at (952) 835-4070 today.

Parenting Time Expeditor

Learn more about what parenting time expeditors are and what they do. For questions and help with your case call our attorneys at (952) 835-4070 today.

Parenting Plan and Parenting Time

Learn more about parenting plans and parenting time and how they work. For questions and help with your case call our attorneys at (952) 835-4070 today.

What do Courts Consider?

Find out more about what Minnesota courts take into consideration when determining child custody. For child custody help call us at (952) 835-4070 today.