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How to Prepare for SENE in Minnesota

Social Early Neutral Evaluation (SENE) is often used to resolve child custody and parenting time issues. Each parent is initially given 20-30 minutes to present information to the evaluators. This guide will help you organize and focus your presentation to make the biggest impact.

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Minnesota Statutes section 518.17 lists the best interests factors that the evaluators will consider when developing their recommendations for custody and parenting time.

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