• Custody matters

Interfere with Parenting Time? You Could Lose Custody

August 17th, 2018|Comments Off on Interfere with Parenting Time? You Could Lose Custody

A recent case from the Minnesota Court of Appeals is a warning to parents who interfere with parenting time or alienate a child from another parent. Watch [...]

  • Cooper Law - Minnesota Best Interest Factors

In custody matters, MN judges apply best interest factors

February 6th, 2016|0 Comments

I n 2015, the Minnesota legislature modified the language in Minnesota Statute Section 518.17 which discusses the best interests of the child. Judges in dissolution, custody and [...]

The costs of divorce

February 4th, 2016|0 Comments

D ivorce or dissolution is the ending of a legal marriage. It sometimes seems it is must easier to get married than it is to get divorce. [...]

Appealing a social security disability denial

February 2nd, 2016|0 Comments

T he Social Security Administration is a federal agency that manages the social security fund. People who [...]

Caring for others’ kids: Third party custody

February 1st, 2016|0 Comments

I t is more and more common for children to be cared for by a non-parent - [...]

Child support and you

July 2nd, 2015|0 Comments

C hild support is designed to make sure that both parents are contributing financially to their children’s care. [...]

Spousal Maintenance: Temporary or Permanent

April 13th, 2013|Comments Off on Spousal Maintenance: Temporary or Permanent

We often have cases where one party has been a stay-at-home parent and has not worked much, [...]

Tax Deductions – Who Claims the Kids?

February 19th, 2013|Comments Off on Tax Deductions – Who Claims the Kids?

When a court is determining custody and child support issues in a case, the court also has [...]

Non-Marital Property and Divorce

January 26th, 2013|Comments Off on Non-Marital Property and Divorce

When two people get married, the income, assets, property and debts they acquire and incur during the [...]


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