Category: Parenting Time

Brown Law Office
August 15, 2018

Insights About Divorce For Stay-At-Home Dads

With more and more moms acting as breadwinners, the stay-at-home dad lifestyle is far from taboo. Still, it remains uncommon in Minnesota and throughout the United States. This can — but shouldn't have to — complicate the divorce process. Read on for valuable insights into divorce among stay-at-home dads:  

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Brown Law Office
August 1, 2018

MN Fun With Your Kids in August

Summer in Minnesota is way too short. In August, we begin to bid carefree summer days farewell and prepare for the inevitable chill. As a divorced or separated parent, you should make the most of each day with your kids. These activities will help:  

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Brown Law Office
January 24, 2018

Is there an App for that? Apps to Help make Co-Parenting Easier

Co-parenting can be a serious headache, even if you enjoy an amicable relationship with your ex. Coordinating school papers, medical appointments, and kid-related obligations—on top of your own career and logistical needs—requires ace organizational skills. But what if you struggle on this front? Thankfully, technology can save the day. Ease your burden with one or more of these household apps:

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Brown Law Office
December 13, 2017

How to Handle Holiday Visitation If You Just Separated

Holiday plans add another layer of complexity to already frustrating visitation negotiations, especially following initial separation. There's no better way to destroy the holiday spirit than with endless bickering over visitation arrangements. These guidelines will help you and your ex achieve a mutually beneficial visitation plan:  

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Brown Law Office
December 1, 2015

MN Law Grants Certain Rights to Both Parents After Divorce

The end of a marriage does not mark the end of parenting responsibilities. MN law contains certain requirements to help ensure that divorced parents continue to share information and decision-making responsibilities, regardless of where the children reside.

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Brown Law Office
November 9, 2015

False Claims Can Lead to Loss of Child Custody Rights

It is common for both parents to seek greater control over the children after divorce. When they levy false criminal charges against each other to obtain better divorce settlements, however, everyone in the family can be harmed — often irreparably.

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