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March 2015 Archives

Is a divorce imminent? Look for these financial clues

When Minnesota couples are about to split, there may be obvious signs. These may include increased arguments or spending less time together. One spouse may be caught cheating. Many couples overlook financial clues that could point to the end of a marriage. So how should couples know if a divorce is imminent? Here are some financial indicators.

Changing parenting time after a divorce

In a divorce, child custody issues are based on the best interests of the child. So when a Minnesota parent wants to change parenting time after a parenting plan has been awarded, this can be a challenging issue. Children thrive on stability, so changing a routine could cause emotional upsets. However, life changes, and sometimes family issues or job demands may cause relocation or other modifications to the custody schedule. There are ways to deal with these issues, but it's not always easy.

Dealing with various types of child custody interference

In an ideal world, divorcing Minnesota couples would be on the same page when it comes to raising their children and making proper use of their parenting time. Everyone would be happy with the visitation rights ordered and parents would return children to the custodial parent on time. Unfortunately, it's not uncommon for a child custody dispute to arise and cause a parent concern about a child's health and safety. Here are some of the most common situations and how to deal with them.

Going through a divorce? Get a social media clause

Social media is prevalent in the lives of many Minnesota residents. Facebook and Twitter may also be widely used during a divorce, making an already stressful situation even more emotional. But can a person set limitations on its use during a divorce? It's possible through a divorce clause, which is becoming more common in order to protect all parties involved.

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