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202, 2015

Attorney Amber C. Bretl Joins Lake Harriet Law Office

February 2, 2015|

Amber C. Bretl joined Lake Harriet Law Office as Associate Attorney in November of 2014.  Ms. Bretl earned her J.D. from Hamline University School of Law and her B.A. in Political Science and Spanish from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.  She is a member of the Minnesota Bar Association and [...]

1401, 2014

The Minnesota Family Court Process

January 14, 2014|

Throughout Minnesota, Family Court provides an opportunity for parties to resolve legal issues that involve important matters such as Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Parenting Time, Property Division and Spousal Maintenance.  For most people, Family Court can be overwhelming and intimidating; there are numerous Family Law rules and procedures, and [...]

1212, 2013

Mediation in Minnesota Parenting Time Disputes

December 12, 2013|

Mediation is commonly used in Minnesota to resolve disputes related to parenting time, including issues regarding the adjustment of an existing parenting time schedule, changes to the primary residence of a child (or children), vacations, holidays, birthdays, summer vacation schedules, extracurricular activities and parenting time when a parent relocates to [...]

1911, 2013

Child Custody Evaluations in Minnesota Family Court

November 19, 2013|

In some Minnesota Divorce and Family Law cases, a Child Custody Evaluation (conducted by Court Services or by a private evaluator such as a Social Worker, Psychologist, Therapist or an experienced legal professional) can aid the Judge in making a custody determination that is in the best interests of the [...]

2709, 2013

Child Custody – Best Interest Factors – Minnesota

September 27, 2013|

In Minnesota divorce and family law cases, evaluating child custody, at times, can be a very complex process.  Minnesota Courts use the child's best interests as the guiding principle when determining child custody (there are 13 different statutory best interest factors and 1 case law imposed best interest factor, which [...]

909, 2013

Top Minnesota Child Custody Questions – Family Law

September 9, 2013|

During a Minnesota Family Law case, the 3 most frequent questions regarding child custody are (1) What is legal custody ? (2) What is physical custody ? and (3) Do most parents share legal and physical custody?  Legal custody refers to the right to make decisions about how to raise [...]

304, 2013

Hennepin County Child Custody Overview

April 3, 2013|

Under Minnesota law, there are two types of child custody. "Legal custody" refers to the right to make decisions about how to raise the child, including decisions about education, health care, religious training and certain activities. "Physical custody" refers to the right to make decisions about the routine day-to-day activities of the [...]

103, 2013

Family Law – Child Custody

March 1, 2013|

Under Minnesota law, there are two types of child custody. "Legal custody" refers to the right to make decisions about how to raise the child, including decisions about education, health care, religious training and certain activities. "Physical custody" refers to the right to make decisions about the routine day-to-day activities of the [...]

901, 2013

Minneapolis | Hennepin | High Conflict Divorce

January 9, 2013|

One of the more frequent concerns for people considering a divorce is whether the case will be (or needs to be) contentious and adversarial in nature.  This depends on many things, including the personality of the parties and the attorneys, and whether the parties are open to using methods other [...]

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