Child Custody And Parenting TimeDan Fiskum2019-12-13T22:03:37-06:00
Custody, Parenting Time, and Your Family’s Future
Child custody and parenting time is one of the most litigated issues in Minnesota divorce cases. Sometimes parents can agree on custody and parenting time without court intervention. However, very often parents cannot agree. One parent may have alcohol, chemical dependency, or mental health issues. Or, one parent may put financial interests ahead of what’s best for the children and the family.
In Minnesota, custody and parenting time decisions are based on the “best interests” of the children. Many factors are considered. The law gives judges much discretion when deciding custody and parenting time. And since most custody and parenting time cases are resolved in the Social Early Neutral Evaluation process, and the court-appointed evaluators also have wide latitude when making decisions about custody and parenting time.
Preparing for a Social Early Neutral Evaluation is an art. There are things you should say, and things you should not say. An effective attorney has experience with the personalities who will make the decisions. Careful preparation is necessary, and it is vitally important that you be represented by an attorney with the skill to effectively present your case.
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Divorce attorney Dan Fiskum is conveniently located in the Carlson Towers in Minnetonka, Minnesota. He is a Super Lawyer and graduate of the University of Minnesota School of Law. Call NOW to schedule a free divorce case analysis.