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Same-sex couples can face unique issues during divorce


Over a year has past since Obergefell v. Hodges, the landmark case that made same-sex marriage legal across the nation, was made part of American law. However, same-sex couples in Minnesota may face certain issues should they decide to divorce than opposite-sex couples do not.

Same-sex couples can face unique issues during divorce


Over a year has past since Obergefell v. Hodges, the landmark case that made same-sex marriage legal across the nation, was made part of American law. However, same-sex couples in Minnesota may face certain issues should they decide to divorce than opposite-sex couples do not.

We could help you receive adequate support for your child


In the event of a divorce, one of the most important aspects that must be considered is the well-being of the couple's children. The financial security of each spouse helps immensely in ensuring their child leads a healthy and successful life. In many cases, one spouse will need the financial assistance of the other in order to provide sufficient care for their children in the form of child support.

We could help you receive adequate support for your child


In the event of a divorce, one of the most important aspects that must be considered is the well-being of the couple's children. The financial security of each spouse helps immensely in ensuring their child leads a healthy and successful life. In many cases, one spouse will need the financial assistance of the other in order to provide sufficient care for their children in the form of child support.

Who is financially responsible for raising a child in Minnesota?


Last month, this blog discussed the Recognition of Parentage, which is a legal form entered into by the child's unwed parents who are not currently in a relationship with each other. The Recognition of Parentage establishes the legal relationship between the biological father and the child. A Recognition of Parentage in Minnesota does not automatically order a parent to pay child support. For that to happen, a child support order must be sought from the court.

Who is financially responsible for raising a child in Minnesota?


Last month, this blog discussed the Recognition of Parentage, which is a legal form entered into by the child's unwed parents who are not currently in a relationship with each other. The Recognition of Parentage establishes the legal relationship between the biological father and the child. A Recognition of Parentage in Minnesota does not automatically order a parent to pay child support. For that to happen, a child support order must be sought from the court.

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