Divorced, two minor children. When it's my ex-husband's weekend, the exchange is at 6:30 P.M. Friday night. My ex wants to sign our daughter for an extracurricular activity that starts at 5 P.M. on Friday - 1,5 hours prior to the exchange. This ac...
Unless the order says so, he does not have a right to schedule events for your children on your time. If he signed one up, you simply would not need to provide him access to the child until his 6:30 PM time. If you both can't resolve the issue directly, your options are likely mediation and if necessary a hearing at Court.See question
I was doing some research today about leaving home. I read that if you are over 16 you can leave home without parental permission as long as you are not in danger. I was wondering if that information applied to minnesota.
Under MN law you are a child until 18 or emancipated, and your parents would have the ability to force you to return to them.See question
I have been living with my biological grandmother for a year now and My adoptive parents (who kicked me out) are trying to get me to move back in. My adoptive parents are very abusive and I have tried calling Child Protective Services, but they h...
I agree with counsel. Your best bet is to try to make the best of it with your parents until you're 18.See question
I live in Mn my wife has a custody order where I can not be there when my step kids are there but there is a family conusaler comes over every two weeks can I be there when the conusaler is there or not.
It depends on the Court order and the logistics of whether the counselor and/or your wife allow it, depending on the circumstances of the visit.See question
He agreed to this in divorce documents. There is a side agreement that states I will get $300,000 if house is sold after the girls turn 18. The are 11 & 10. The house is in his name.
Counsel is correct. The language of the decree should control how the property will be disposed, as well as how child support is determined.See question
The vehicle is in the first party's name. The first party was brought down on child abuse and domestic violence charges on the second party and the children. The second party has there children full time. The vehicle is the only means of transport...
Unfortunately, without a court order, you don't have a legal way to retrieve the vehicle.See question
Is there an amendment paper?
You may want to consult an attorney to review the whole decree. There may not be a particular reason you'd need to correct the error if it doesn't impact anything.See question
The issue was brought to mediation and it was negotiated I would pay a portion. However, I contacted the IRS and they ruled (after our mediation) that none of the tax/penalty was my responsibility due to innocent spouse. Should I pay the portion...
Check the language of the decree. If it was by mutual agreement, usually there is a provision that says each party fully disclosed to the other or something similar. If he violated this, you may have a claim for fraud. I suggest retaining an attorney to at least review your facts closely and provide an advisory opinion.See question
My ex and I have joint custody of our teenage son, I am primary. My son wants to try living with his father. I don't see this being permanent but...if my ex were to try and get primary, 1st) would their be a time period before he could file? And ...
There's not a time period, per se, but as you saw in the statute cited by counsel, it could be grounds for a change in custody. Child support would then most likely be calculated based on the guidelines.See question