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Lawyers in Maple Grove, Minnesota: Child Visitation and Parenting Time

Creative Solutions Coupled with Sound Legal Advice

At the law office of Terzich & Ort, LLP, our attorneys work with custodial and non-custodial parents throughout the 13-county area surrounding metropolitan Minneapolis-St. Paul. Both of our partners have been identified as "Rising Stars" every year since 2006 by Minneapolis Law & Politics magazine, and attorney Terzich has been acclaimed a Minnesota "Super Lawyer" for 2009. Though we only recently went into practice together, we both bring years of family law experience to our clients. We share a dedication to courteous and prompt service, and a commitment to providing high-quality legal advice at reasonable rates. To set up an appointment, contact our office or call us at 763-391-7354.

Our Representation in Child Visitation Controversies

We protect the rights of custodial and non-custodial parents at any stage of a visitation or parenting time dispute, whether you need to establish a temporary agreement during the proceedings or you want to file a motion to modify or enforce an existing visitation order. We will help you put together a parenting schedule that gives priority to the best interests of your minor children, but that also recognizes your role in the life of your child.  It is also important to know that third parties and grandparents have rights to request custody and visitation in Minnesota.  We will have a candid discussion with you concerning the likelihood of meeting your goals, and will be your partner throughout the process, so that you always know where you stand.

We are committed to meeting the goals set forth in the Minnesota statutes, that both parents have time with minor children. When circumstances dictate, we will work with you to require that visitation be supervised or otherwise restricted, including situations where there are concerns for the child's physical or emotional well-being. We will try to fashion ways to allow parents with substance abuse or other problems to see their children (provided it's safe), because we understand how important it can be to the children.

We are intimately familiar with the recommendations of the task force established by the Minnesota Supreme Court regarding custody and parenting time. To read more on the Supreme Court Guidelines for custody and Visitation, follow the link below. Supreme Court Guidelines for custody and Visitation

Contact Us

To schedule an appointment, contact us or call our office at 763-391-7354. We are available to meet with clients during regular business hours, and evenings and weekends by special request. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.